Daydream Believer by Lizzie Fayke book review

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Daydream Believer by Lizzie Fayke is a self-published novel available in ebook and paperback format.  The book is also part of the kindleunlimited scheme.

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Sarah Collin’s world is about to be changed forever by her imaginary boyfriend.
Her dream world collides with reality when she invents Steve, her rock musician lover, in the hope of adding some much needed glamour to her life, while gaining a little respect from her workmates.
As the lie spirals out of control, she finds herself on the Costa Blanca. Could her chaotic holiday actually make some of her daydreams come true?

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I’d like to thank the author, Lizzie Fayke, for an arc in return for an honest review.

This was such a great fun filled read from a new talent that is like a breath of fresh air.  Lizzie has created such a brilliant character in Sarah Collins, a compulsive daydreamer, Sarah’s character isn’t always afraid to say or do what she thinks which often results in hilarious consequences.  I’d like to share one of my favourite quotes from the novel:

“You need a holiday, love.”
Eureka!  There is a God, Nanny Collins will be pleased.
“How about we spend a couple of days in your Aunty Jean’s caravan?”
Shit!  “But it’s parked on her drive.”
“We won’t know that once we’re inside.  We can pretend to be
anywhere we choose.”
You see now where my deluded genes come from.

Sarah Collins is fed up of her life, she sees friends on facebook with great jobs, in a loving relationship going here there and everywhere.  Out of desperation and to avoid some flack at work she makes up an imaginery boyfriend, Steve.  Her imagination starts tumbling around her when the girls at work ask about Steve.  To shut them up Sarah decides to join ‘Steve’ on his tour overseas with his rock band for a week.

Will her imagination collide with real life and can she find her true love she’s dream’t about in her daydreams for such a long time?

Some absolutely fabulous sub characters Lizzie has also created which helped to make some wonderful comical moments in this story.  The characters were totally believable even though some were a little eccentric but I could picture them all going about their business and aiding Sarah with her quest to find her true love.  A witty story with great comical moments and a lovely romance to it, 4.5/5*

To find out more from Lizzie Fayke and her books please visit the following links:


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