Dream Come True
Elle Bly is like any other twenty-one-year-old, except she isn’t. First — she’s a witch, second — she has faulty magic and third — her familiar is a foul-mouthed parrot. Elle was born into a long-established witch family and is the coven’s lucid dreamer. Her lack of Witchtechnics is excused because her kind of witch is rare.
Over the past few months, Elle’s been having a hot dream that never quite goes to the finish line. When the man from her dream suddenly appears and introduces himself as Oliver, the Sandman, and uses her familiar to communicate, Elle is confused. He gives her a book, The History of Dreams, and asks her to read it.
After finding out that even her aunt has withheld information about her destiny, Elle’s world comes crashing down. She wants answers and decides to use a spell someone has left tucked between the pages of Oliver’s book. It’s only after she’s recited the spell that she finds out there may not be a way to reverse it. The problem is, Elle’s not sure she wants to. This time, she doesn’t need to rely on magic to know what’s in her heart.