Review: From This Moment



        `From This Moment` is a historical fiction novel, taking place in the Boston high society of 1897, written by author Elizabeth Camden. The topic is the death of Gwendolyn. Gwendolyn is the female protagonist's, Stella West, sister. How did a proficient swimmer drown in 5' of water? It's up to the reader to figure out how Gwen died. Gwendolyn had discovered some corruption and now her sister, Stella, is sitting at the same desk, and seeing the same people Gwendolyn saw.

        The author did a great job of weaving more than one plot in this novel. The leading plot is that of Gwendolyn's death. Two secondary plots are as follows: The managing of a magazine (Scientific World) between two cousins; Romulus M. White and Evelyn Brixton. Also, Evelyn's husband has come back to Boston. Evelyn and her husband, Clyde, have been separated for six years. Clyde was not to return to Boston. Will he move on, or will Clyde and Evelyn reunite?

Disclaimer: "I was provided a free copy of this book. All opinions are my own."

                                       

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