Reviewed by Jenna
TITLE: Dreaming Of You
AUTHOR: Ethan Day
PUBLISHER: Wilde City Press
LENGTH: 248 Pages
RELEASE DATE: October 14, 2015
Restaurateur Aden Ingle has been in love with the perfect man since his fourteenth birthday. Unfortunately, his perfect boyfriend only exists in his dreams. But Aden’s always believed it was his destiny to meet his dream man, and he’s perfectly content to wait around for him to walk into his real life.
When he meets Logan Price at a Hotel/Restaurant Trade Show, he finds himself drawn to this man who shakes him out of his dream world. Pretty soon, the flesh and blood reality is becoming more appealing than the fantasy. The only problem is Logan lives half way across the country in California.
Aden’s going to have to choose whether to give up everything he’s built for himself professionally and uproot his whole life for Logan, or wait for the man from his dreams to become a reality.
Dreaming of you begins with an introduction to Aden and the man of his dreams who he’s never really met. Aden seems almost content with the idea that he’ll never meet his dream man, but when he goes to a conference and meets Logan, he forgets about the perfect man he’s always imagined. Though Logan owns a restaurant in another state, this doesn’t stop them from seeing one another. Logan makes his feelings clear for Aden upfront, but it takes Aden some time to actually believe that it’s real. When it comes to the point when Aden has to make a choice about where his life will lead him, something unexpected happens that threatens to ruin everything.
This book was extremely cute and romantic. Though some of the situations were a bit unbelievable, there was so much that was extremely realistic and great entertainment. I thought it was interesting how Aden had an imaginary dream guy, but he ends up meeting Logan who seemed more like a dream guy more than anything. He was perfect all around. In addition to loving the characters, the erotic scenes were hot. The only thing that bothered me in the least was the direction things were going toward the end. I was really worried about how the book would end, but I was more than happy with how things wrapped up. I recommend this book to anyone who loved sweet M/M romance.