Wednesday, August 10, 2016


Title: From This Moment
Author: Elizabeth Camden
Publisher: Bethany House Publishers (June 7, 2016)
Pages: 352

Oh my, what can I say about yet another amazing story by ELIZABETH CAMDEN? One thing I can say is each time I begin one of MS CAMDEN'S novels, the thought of whether or not it is going to be a good story doesn’t cross my mind. I know it will be, and sure enough I was not disappointed in FROM THIS MOMENT.

Stella West is not in Boston for her dream job, but on a mission. One that she has no intentions of giving up on until she has discovered what she came for.

Romulus White has overcome odds and made a decent life for himself. When the woman he has written to for several years to come join his magazine, suddenly shows up, he’s determined not to let he beauty and charm distract him from his commitment to not marry until the age of forty.

What do I love about FROM THIS MOMENT? The writing, the plot, the characters. When reading an ELIZABETH CAMDEN book I have come to expect to be educated in an entertaining way. Her subject matter is always of interest, as well as educating.

There are not many authors that can pull off a story that I not only love the hero, but the heroine as well. ELIZABETH CAMDEN is one of them. I LOVE both Stella and Romulus’ character. MS CAMDEN has this way of constructing her characters with flaws she turns into endearing qualities.

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