Liam was traveling home alone in the
middle of a snow storm when he stopped to assist a stranded,
seemingly "hysterical" damsel who was hunched over her
steering wheel. Liam's heart lurched as he stared into Caden
Bradshaw's brown eyes, set in tear-stained cheeks.
Though wary of the man who stopped to
assist her, Caden wasn't going to let him freeze his fine
ass off by himself while fixing her car. The chemistry and
attraction was instant but Liam was off-limits as far as
Caden was concerned, because he is military and she has lost
too many men she loved to the military.
Both Liam and Caden were trying to
exorcise some past demons that continually haunted the
progress of their relationship. But they overcome these
obstacles to find a little slice of heaven in their lives,
which are touched by death and pain, before it is too late.
Just a Dream is a great
tribute to the men and women in the military and their
families. You get a glimpse into their lives on the
frontline or the struggles they endure when they return from
their tour of duty. This is a nice and simple story that
pulls at your heartstrings. Well done Aliyah.