Into the Whirlwind


“Into the Whirlwind”

This book is my favorite author’s upcoming new release.  I had high expectations for this book, and I was not disappointed by any means.  “Into the Whirlwind” is written by Elizabeth Camden and published by Bethany House.

Mollie Knox is the daughter of a Civil War soldier who went into the watch-making after the war.  Mollie has grown up listening to him tell tales of his amazing leader, Richard Lowe.  All the fellow and crippled veterans in his watch shop will heartily endorse him.

Zack Kazmarek is the lawyer that handles business between the watch shop and the store they supply for.  For years, he has seen Mollie at business meetings and has been enthralled with her, but has never had the guts or chance to show his affection.  That is, until the great Chicago fire.


While Mollie struggles to rebuild, how will she handle this new revelation of Zack’s infatuation? And when Richard Lowe comes into her life, heroic, ready, and able to help her rebuild, how will she choose between the man that loves her and the man that can save her business?

Thank you to Bethany House publishers and the author Elizabeth Camden for letting me read and review this book.  I enjoyed the characters and plot, as well as the exciting setting of the Great Chicago Fire.

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