Tag Archives: Elizabeth Camden

Toward the Sunrise

Toward the Sunrise (Until the Dawn, #0.5)Toward the Sunrise by Elizabeth Camden
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is a charming novella about a woman who gets herself into a “situation” and the unexpected hero who helps her out. I really liked both characters and enjoyed how they played off each other. The author did a great job of writing the scenes with the goats too. As someone who has raised sheep for over 25 years, it was fun to read well-researched and believable scenes like that! Too often, writers miss the details that make such things fun for people who know how it really works. Kudos to Elizabeth Camden!


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To the Farthest Shores

To the Farthest ShoresTo the Farthest Shores by Elizabeth Camden
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I love historical novels that teach me something about history. In this story, I learned about the U.S. Government’s MID program and the beginnings of cultured pearl farming. I knew nothing about either of them. Score!

Jenny Bennett is a very qualified and dedicated nurse with a painful past. Ryan Gallagher is a man full of secrets. When he walks out on Jenny years ago, she rebuilds her life but never forgets him. When he walks back in, she can’t trust him. But more than their happiness hangs in the balance. They must work together for a greater good.

What you’d expect from Elizabeth Camden, complex characters with flaws and foibles, intricate settings, solid history, and enough twists to the story to keep one turning the pages.


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