Hope gives readers yet another
take on the "Beauty and the Beast" fairy tale. Set in the Pacific Northwest,
it features a hero who has hidden
himself away from the world and
a heroine who has ties to the dark world of prostitution and seems
almost too good to be true. While enjoyable enough, Where Dreams
Are Made really has nothing new
to add to this tired, oft-told tale.

Jenny Logan is a sweet, pretty young lady who fell prey to a ruthless pimp when she tried to help a friend out of a jam. Now she must come up with $10,000 fast, or she'll have to start turning tricks.

Enter Sam Leland, who after seeing Jenny doing a random act of kindness by helping a disfigured homeless man, decides that she's just what his grandson needs. Daniel Frost lives a secluded life, making toys for his shop in Seattle. Disfigured in a car accident, he hides from the world. When Jenny shows up at Daniel's door to fill a position as his assistant, both are immediately drawn to each other. The only trouble is that Jenny's past is on a collision course with their future. (SAMHAINPUBLISHING.COM, dl $5.50)

Reviewed by: 
Cindy Himler