Dream Come True
Driven by dreams of his soul mate, Tristan, Jinsu steps through the portal to Earth, leaving all he has ever known behind. Little does he know that Tristan has had dreams too, but unlike Jinsu, Tristan doesn’t believe in them. When they meet, will they both discover that dreams really can come true?
Dream Come True is a blend of fantasy and contemporary romance presented in short story format, offering a nice payout for a very small investment of time.
The story begins in an alternate dimension, in a far away world that exists parallel to our own. Jinsu is being held as a traitor to his people for pursuing his forbidden visions of a man not of his world. In an attempt to escape his captors, Jinsu comes to the edge of a cliff and witnesses a view unlike any he’s ever seen.
Tristan is an artist whose ideal lover is born in his imagination and portrayed in a series of drawings he’s created. An accountant by day, and a visionary by night, Tristan dreams of a man called Jinsu, a man who exists in vivid detail in Tristan’s fantasies.
When reality and fantasy collide, with the help of a loving sacrifice made by Jinsu’s twin, the way is paved for the two worlds to meet and for passion to finally be realized.
DC Juris narrates skillfully, the characters’ motivations are genuine, and the plot is endearing and romantic. Reading Dream Come True was a pleasant way to spend an hour of my day.