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Reviewed by Pikasho Deka for Readers' Favorite
The Dream Room is a romance drama novel by Charlotte Glass. Currently in her mid-twenties, aspiring playwright Allison Cassidy has been in a steady romantic relationship with her childhood friend, Jed Adkins, for the last six years. When Jed took off for Los Angeles to become an actor, Allison remained in New York City, trying to find a job to support his dreams. After a disastrous interview at Sanders and Grisham, Allison inadvertently makes a lasting impression on the publishing house's handsome and charismatic owner, Gavin Sanders. Feeling inspired by Gavin's artistic "Dream Room," Allison starts writing a play about it. Meanwhile, she struggles with conflicting feelings about Gavin, who has already fallen in love with her. After a shocking betrayal, can Allison pick up the pieces of her heart and choose the one she truly loves?
Charlotte Glass stirs an intoxicating brew of love, betrayal, and yearning with The Dream Room. This book is a must-read for contemporary romance lovers. Glass brings a lot of chemistry to the scenes featuring the two main characters, incorporating playful banter, backstories, and witty dialogue. This adds layers of depth to the narrative and makes it entertaining as well as emotionally riveting for the reader. I loved how the relationship between Allison and Jed plays out in relation to the dynamic between Allison and Gavin. The characters feel well-developed, and you can't help rooting for two of them to end up together. Glass's smooth prose made this a breezy read and I enjoyed it very much. I highly recommend the book to romance readers.