Beyond My Dreams
Imprint: Prestige
Genre: Fiction

Beyond My Dreams

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Synopsis

Morola Bolade has her plans laid out – complete her one-year national service in Lagos and return to New York to run her thriving tech company.

Then Kaniz Ishaya comes along. At first glance, Kaniz is sincere and kind but his opaque past alludes to a more sinister streak. In no time, he has charmed his way into the hearts of Morola’s family and her best friend, Amaka.

Kaniz is absolutely convinced about his love for Morola but senses he has his work cut out for him. His instincts tell him all is not as it seems with the beautiful Miss Bolade. Insurmountable complications loom, but he is willing to defy all odds to get his heart’s desire.

Is Morola’s intuition about Kaniz accurate? Is he different from every other man she has known or is he too good to be true?

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About the author(s)

Olajumoke Adenowo

Olajumoke Adenowo (Arc) is a multiple award-winning architect with over three decades of industry experience. Described as Africa’s “starchitect” and trailblazer when profiled by Cable News Network (CNN) and British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), she is one of Africa’s most outstanding architects and the only female in this elite category. Christened the Face of Architecture in Nigeria by The Guardian, she has been featured in the world’s foremost architectural journal Architectural Record, ForbesWomen and Fortune. In 2013, she was instituted into the Hall of Fame of Personalities of Black Ancestry by the University of West England, Bristol, among other global personalities of black heritage.

About the author(s)

Olajumoke Adenowo

Olajumoke Adenowo (Arc) is a multiple award-winning architect with over three decades of industry experience. Described as Africa’s “starchitect” and trailblazer when profiled by Cable News Network (CNN) and British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), she is one of Africa’s most outstanding architects and the only female in this elite category. Christened the Face of Architecture in Nigeria by The Guardian, she has been featured in the world’s foremost architectural journal Architectural Record, ForbesWomen and Fortune. In 2013, she was instituted into the Hall of Fame of Personalities of Black Ancestry by the University of West England, Bristol, among other global personalities of black heritage.