“My only love sprung from my only hate! Too early seen unknown and known too late! Prodigious birth of love it is to me, that I must love a loathed enemy.” Juliet Capulet
The forbidden love between Dream Dawson and Salvatore King blossomed rather quickly, despite the feud between their fathers. Dream described their love to be something so far beyond the norm of what other teenagers experienced, and others would describe and compare their love to that of Romeo and his fair Juliet. But, no matter how their love was described, one fact will always remain-- Dream and King would stop at nothing to be together, and their fathers would stop at nothing to keep them apart.
After a huge blowout with her father, Dream exiles from her parents’ home and moves into King’s apartment. Just when things begin to look up in their lives, Dream and King both receive unexpected news and surprises. When Dream is kidnapped and King is left heartbroken, one would expect Eli Dawson and Big Sal King to finally put their differences aside so their children can be happy. Unfortunately, this love story doesn’t end quite like that of Juliet and her true love, Romeo.
When Dream is taken, a war spans on the horizon as King receives a bit of information that just may have him questioning his entire life and wondering who he can trust. One life hangs in the balance while several lives end, and secrets are brought to the light.
Will Dream and King’s love survive the war, or will they finally be torn apart by death? Find out in the final installment of My California King: Dream & King’s Love Story