REVIEWS AND RATINGS

McKaylin Felton rated it 4 of 5 stars
The first in Craddock’s the Power of Love Trilogy, is an intelligent story of true love in its most creative form. The use of description throughout the novel is very well done, making you feel as though you’re the one experiencing it for yourself. My heart was caught in moments of flutter, sadness, and hope for the two souls in this novel.

Without giving too much away, you watch as Ashley Brannock’s life is turned upside down as she begins having dreams. These dreams take over her life, needing help from therapist and even a regression hypnotist. Throughout her journey to finding out what her dreams mean, you’re taken into a whole new world of possibilities on the meaning of true love. 

I do believe that in Dante’s excitement, the novel was put to publish a little too early. There are a few typographical errors that I found a bit distracting at first, but soon were only minor details as I was captured by the storyline. It’s this reason that I give it four stars out of five.

I would recommend this novel to anyone that wants a refreshing take of true love. It’s a story that will having you wanting to know more, thus leaving you waiting for the second in the trilogy, A Memory of Love. Bravo Dante, for devising something new and wonderful! I greatly enjoyed this and can’t wait to read the next in the series.

Joshua Lisec
Jul 12, 2013Joshua Lisec rated it 4 of 5 stars
Dante spins a tale of nothing less than supernatural romantic genius. I don't want to give too much away, but I will say that Dante's mastery of raw characterization and illuminating exposition are put to brilliant use in A Love Beyond Time, especially in the "dream" sequences. A quintessential summer read!

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