Alan Francini is an English professor
and part time rancher in Denver Colorado. Day by day he
goes through the motions of living, suffering from losing
his wife a few years earlier in a freak accident. When the
college he teaches at hires a guest teacher to teach one of
his classes, Alan has a hard time not being attracted to
her. Can he move out of the past and into his future?
Kathleen Jamison is an editor for a
book company that prints children’s books. After being
dumped by her fiancé on a trip to see him Kathy retreats
into a shell. When she first meets and instantly dislikes
Alan she never suspected he would be the one to teach her
how to love again.
Dreams for Stones is
wonderfully gripping. Each character’s pain drips through
the pages and it inspires you to hold onto your loved ones
even closer. Once I got started on this book I could not
stop reading it and I held my breath right to the end.