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Summer of Dreams

A From This Moment Novella
Narrated by: Justine Eyre
Series: From This Moment, Book .5
Length: 3 hrs and 11 mins
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The daughter of a powerful army general, Evelyn White dreams of attending college and vows she will never marry a man in uniform...which is why West Point cadet Clyde Brixton presents a problem. Clyde's brilliance in the new field of electrical power has him poised for a promising career in the Army's Corps of Engineers, but his penchant for racking up demerits threatens his chances for graduation. 

Evelyn and Clyde feel instant attraction toward one another as they spend one magical summer together. As their lives become more entwined, their friend Romulus begins to come undone. When faced with helping Romulus at the expense of his own future, which one will Clyde choose? And when nothing turns out the way Evelyn planned, where will that leave her own future?

©2016 Dorothy Mays (P)2018 Two Words Publishing LLC

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  • 17-02-19

nice novella

Elizabeth Camden is a talented story teller. and so I enjoy all of her works.

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  • 03-05-20

Historical Excellence

Evelyn dreams of attending college and vows she will never marry a man in uniform., which is why Clyde Brixton presents a problem. An excellent plot and as always the historical backgrounds add so much another Camden novel! Love her work.