"A romantic, suspense novel, guaranteed to warm the heart, but your blood may catch a chill on the way. Will Angie's messages to Ross, apparently from the grave, get through to him? Will Mitch admit to his murderous ways? Refusing her husband's death-sentence assessment of her soul, the script of Angela Briann Scott's life is challenged to reach beyond her limits."
"If you're interested in fiction with a historical background and an eye-opening awareness to a side of man that will repulse you, this is it. If you are interested in romance and a "happily-ever-after-ending", you might reconsider."
"DREAM REACHERS is a fascinating, exciting read that encourages all of us to reach for the stars no matter what our stations in life are. I love the pictures throughout the book that provide a visual to go with all of the interesting, exciting, inspiring interviews."
"What a treat to find the DVD in the back of the book with Jane Fonda talking to us on such an emotional, truthful, down-to-earth level, as if we were enjoying a visit with her. She's a remarkable woman, yes, born with money and wonderful opportunities in life the rest of us will never experience, BUT..."
"I've always loved the characters Alan Alda played and I have a feeling that he's very much like his characters, smart, quick-witted, sensitive, hilarious, easy going, self-depricating. philosophical, and always willing to share his opinions, and also willing to listen to other's opinions. He seems to have great heart."
"This book is right on for my grandangel! Of course I had to read it first. The narrator is an over-the-top intelligent eleven year old girl who is wise beyond her years. Flavia's quick wit and drive lead her to do some sleuthing to solve murders in this unusual dysfunctional family dynamic."
"Sidney Scofield and Alexandra Deveaux spent the first thirty years of their lives not feeling the necessity of being someone’s other half. That changed dramatically the moment they met—they knew! From Colorado to Maryland to Ireland—the magic prevailed. Not even death could stop them from being together. She waited for him…He waited for her."
"Once the reader gets past the horror displayed in this novel, it is impossible to come away without feeling compassion, empathy and a little fearful of what is possible among man. It is an analysis of the struggle that is necessary to overcome unspeakable mental torment and it is not for the faint of heart."