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  • Another amazing story.

    This story is the second in the Dreamhealers series and continues the adventures of two amazing and very disparate individuals trying to find their career paths, balance intensive study and develop relationships. It is a saga of ongoing trials in a relationship as much as it is a voyage of discovery. Very well written and balanced, sadness, despair, love and joy all happening at the same time and causing disruptions in work and an evolving friendship which is more of a life bond and partnership than an easy friendship between room mates.

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  • It's like two books in one

    I love all these characters and had missed them! At the end of the major crisis there is a natural ending but the story segues into what could easily be a nice little novelette. When I miss them again I will get the next book in this "duology".

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  • Tension, worry, and a solid ending

    The story picks up directly from the end of Mindtouch and goes straight into Jahir's medical residency which is stressful and includes patients with a mysterious problem. Jahir is drawn into trying to help these people, and it us fast paced and ful, of stress. And that is where many authors might have ended the book, at the end of that period. I was suprised to find I was halfway through the book, and the rest was dedicated to both the main characters back at the university trying to finish their studies. And that was a return to the more cozy storyline of the first book. Comfort reading at its best.

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