EskieMama Reads Review: Scarecrow's Dream by Flo Fitzpatrick

Scarecrow's Dream
by Flo Fitzpatrick


Through death and time, two souls search for love lost and found.

When Holly Malone staggers into her Manhattan apartment at one-thirty in the morning, she’s shocked to discover more than forty years have passed since her last, vague memory of being involved in a motorcycle crash.

No one can see her, and only a few can hear her—her now-aged aunt, and the man she’d been clinging to when the motorcycle sailed off that icy bridge. Shane Halloran, who everyone assumed died with her on that snow-blind night.

Now, Shane hides behind an assumed identity. The wreck that took Holly’s life was part of a string of not-so-coincidental accidents connected to a play so controversial, someone went to deadly lengths to make sure it never saw the lights of opening night.

As they piece together Holly’s sketchy flashbacks, Shane comes to the heartbreaking realization that the woman he has loved for over forty years could at any moment disappear back into the past. Unless Holly’s memories of then—and now—turn out to be a two-way street.

Warning: Contains one uber-charming black Irish rogue, one feisty heroine who’ll take on the world for him, one eccentric hippie aunt—and two generations of eagles named Joey.

Review:                               5 Stars

When I first started to read this book, I was a bit perplexed and a tad bored. Holly Malone a victim of a accident or something else. Shane Halloran her boyfriend were on a ride trying to get away from someone trying to kill her or kill him, 
Holly finds herself on the shore of the river and walks back to her apartment she shared with her Dad, she finally manages to get in, but no Dad , but her Aunt Addie and BooBoo a dog, The dog being the only one that can see her and her Aunt can hear her, but nothing else.......
Holly and her Aunt believe her to be dead, but Holly has no memory of anything, and she also is not in 2016 rather than 1973.
The story weaves and a plot, a play a scripts and little by little Holly has flashbacks or memories that come back to her, including Shane the man she fell in love in 1973. Countless murders and we weave to the end of the story.
Page by Page I was draw in, be it fantasy or be it real, it was a darn good story, ghost, time travel or time loop, I did not care I have to read and read because I fell in love with Shane and Holly and had to find out what happens to the time torn or ghost torn lovers..

I received a copy in exchange for my honest review!

Reviewed by Jara

Happy Reading!


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