From this Moment by Elizabeth Camden

     I got a taste of this book when I read the novella Summer of Dreams and could not wait to see what would happen next.  This book tells the story of Romulus White and his cousin Evelyn and the scientific magazine that they run.  It also tells of their relationships with Stella West, an artist, and Clyde, Evelyn's estranged husband.
     Romulus has been trying to get Stella to come and work for the magazine and I enjoyed seeing how it came about.  She has her own agenda for being in Boston and they come to an agreement that suits both of them.  Evelyn has poured all she has into the magazine as she and Clyde have parted ways, but a job and an accident brings them in contact again and it was nice to see them giving things a chance given their close working quarters.
     The story was enjoyable and I liked seeing how inventions were taking hold and how the public reacted to many of the changes that were going on during this time.  It is always enjoyable to learn something as well as enjoy a good story.
     I received a copy of the book to read and review from the publisher.


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