Daring to Dream
In the first novel of the Dream Trilogy, Nora Roberts begins the story of three women who shared a home and a childhood—but grew to fulfill their own unique destinies… Margo, Kate and Laura were brought up like sisters amidst the peerless grandeur of Templeton House. But it was Margo whose... show more
In the first novel of the Dream Trilogy, Nora Roberts begins the story of three women who shared a home and a childhood—but grew to fulfill their own unique destinies… Margo, Kate and Laura were brought up like sisters amidst the peerless grandeur of Templeton House. But it was Margo whose dreams first took her far away . . . Margo Sullivan had everything a young woman could ask for. But while growing up along the rocky cliffs of Monterey, she couldn’t help but dream of bigger things. The daughter of the Templeton’s stern Irish housekeeper, Margo had been treated like a member of the family. Deep down, she knew that money could not buy the thing she craved most—her mother’s acceptance. Maybe things would be different if she could be sweet like Laura—or had Kate’s shrewd head for business. But all Margo knew how to do was be Margo, and that meant doing things her own way—no matter what the consequences . . .
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: August 29th 2006
Pages no: 376
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
Series: Dream Trilogy -3 (#1)
I loved this series and honestly point to this towards those who love Roberts who want to know where she gets up her male and female avatars in her later works. Also most of her plots in her later trilogies are based on similar set-ups with the males and females too. That said, I always get a kick o...
I enjoyed this entire series. I loved the friendship and the love between the 3 women that each book follows. I cried while reading all 3 of the books. I love the way Nora writes about families.
I absolutely loved the book and most of all Margo (the main character). After reading just a few pages, I realised that I’ve already developed a bond with her and the other 2 female leads (Laura and Kate), which will lead me effortlessly and happily through the rest of the series.Daring To Dream is ...
The end of this one seemed a little fast after all the drama that happened right before (relationship drama, part misunderstanding part not being willing to listen to each other). I like the friendship between Kate, Margo and Laura and I'm looking forward to the other two books in the series. I wa...