Journey To Her Dreams has a fascinating concept. A woman (Hollie) is having troubling dreams. Dreams that are recurring, yet different every time. Same players, same scenario, but different. These dreams leave her in physical pain, and sometimes afraid to sleep. They affect her personally, in that she is terrified to get into personal relationships. She is afraid that this is a projection of her future, and that by getting into relationships she will inevitably live out the horrific scenarios from her dream. In walks a man who refuses to give up on her, who pushes her without scaring her (too much). He, her friends, and her father send her to Dublin in search of the woman of her dreams.
Journey To Her Dreams was a sweet story. At times it was a little choppy and rushed, but, overall, I enjoyed it very much. Iris Blobel wrote in a way that enabled me to visualize both the coasts of Tasmania in Australia, as well as in Cork, Ireland. I felt for Hollie as she grew more withdrawn and frustrated due to these dreams that haunted her. I found myself rooting her on, cheering her relationship with Jeremy. I wanted to hug her dad, Murray, for he was such a sweet supporting character. Iris Blobel is a strong writer with very good character development. Journey To Her Dreams is a fun and satisfying ride that you will be glad you read.