Martin is hurting, so he has decided to
retreat to Simonís beach house to mend his broken heart.
While there, he takes advantage of Simonís small boat to
explore the coast and indulge in his geologistís curiosity.
During his explorations, he comes upon a pair of dolphins that
are very interested in his chocolate and seem entertained by
his practice lectures, his music and the books that he reads
aloud. They make soothing company for Martin, as he can talk
to them without concern of their reaction or dealing with pity
he doesnít want. The dolphins rescue Martin when he is caught
in a nasty storm. During the rescue Martin ends up with a
concussion and the shock of his life when he finds himself
with two men instead of dolphins in his refuge. Now, will
Martin pass off what he saw as a hallucination or will he go
back to see if it was real?
Dolphin Dreams is a story
with an interesting premise that somehow loses some of its
appeal as you get into the book. But Jules Jones draws his
characters so well that you want to go along with them on
their journey if only to see how they end up. However, at
times the story itself is a little tedious because it includes
so many mundane details. The D/S involved was very light, but
the story is not for the faint of heart as there are sex
scenes while in shifted form. Jules Jones manages to handle
difficult topics with ease, which allows you to understand
situations which you normally wouldnít accept.