What a lovely story! A young girl falls in love with a house and grows up to buy it. Haven't you ever seen a building that just captured your imagination and your heart? The whole town knows the old mansion is haunted, but Lanie O'Keefe is about to find out for sure. Jason Bowen has watched the town grow around his house for 120 years -- all the years he'd been dead. Dead since just after the Civil War.
Jason knew he'd been murdered by his wife and her evil friends but had no memory of how the deed occurred. In the Twenty-first Century, when the beautiful Lanie moves into his house and proceeds to restore it to its original glory, he knows this will be a new chance at "life."
How does a ghost physically touch the woman he loves? How does a flesh and blood woman come to realize that she's falling in love with an ethereal being? Humor and sensuality shine through in this story. Believe me, Ms. Anderson created some delightful ways for Lanie and Jason to communicate their feelings. Lush and lyrical describe the prose -- hot and sumptuous the love scenes.
While you're reading Dreamscape, you'll come up with happily ever after theories. You'll desperately want to so these two people can triumph over death. My advice? Just read and enjoy the ride to the end. I had my thoughts, and they were wrong. The real ending is a wonderful surprise. Just let it be, and live in the Dreamscape.