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It doesn’t take much for a dream to become a nightmare. This is what jazz pianist Jeremy Conner learns when he agrees to accept Emily Swindell, a ten-year-old piano prodigy, as a student. She’s truly brilliant, and her mother, Tracey, just happens to be one of the most beautiful women he’s ever met. It should have been an enjoyable, uncomplicated arrangement. But Jeremy will learn that there’s more to the Swindell family than meets the eye. A taut, romantic thriller.


Dream is Mark Atteberry at his wordsmithing and storytelling best—and that’s saying a lot.


Robert Liparulo, author of Comes a Horseman

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