Beyond All Dreams

Anna O’Brien has the perfect job at the illustrious Library of Congress until she stumbles across a baffling mystery of a ship that disappeared at sea. When forces conspire to prevent her from learning the truth, she turns to a dashing congressman for help.

Luke Callahan is one of the most powerful men in congress until his career begins collapsing amidst scandal. When he joins forces with Anna to solve the mystery of the lost ship, he is stunned to find himself falling in love with the down-to-earth librarian. Despite the attraction, strict rules forbid Anna from any romantic entanglement with a member of congress, and each meeting puts her career in jeopardy.

From the gilded halls of the Capitol where powerful men shape the future of the nation to the scholarly archives of the nation’s finest library, Anna and Luke will begin unraveling a mystery larger and more dangerous than ever imagined.

Beyond All Dreams

A girl working for the Library of Congress, a guy apart of congress, and rule forbidding romantic ‘entanglement’ between the two. What could be more exciting than that? Well, a lot of things. Yes, that is true, but who cares about that right now. I am talking about this book, not ‘other things.’

Anyway, I absolutely loved Luke. He was just so awesome. Anna was super cool, too! Well, she has to be cool; she works at a library–the Library of Congress to be exact. That is like…a dream job for any book lover.

Elizabeth Camden wrote a definitely must-read for anyone who is like me and likes romance and mystery/adventure/danger put together.

This cover is so well done. I love the stairs. To be honest, most pictures with those kind of stairs are cool. They look so old fashion and modern at the same time. And, I loved, loved, loved the Capitol building in the background through the window. 5 stars, indeed!

As for the writing behind the front cover, that was wonderful as well! This book deserves four stars! I can’t say that it is my favorite Elizabeth Camden because Against the Tide (aka Bane) wins in that contest…but, it was still wonderfully done!

 

Title: Beyond All Dreams

Author: Elizabeth Camden

Author’s Website: http://elizabethcamden.com/

 

This review is written in my own opinions and words.

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