“Until the Dawn” is the latest book in a new series by Elizabeth Camden, published by Bethany House. There is a novella prequel to this story available also.
I’ve always loved the works I’ve read by Camden, but lately her stories have gotten a little slower and harder to stick with. This one didn’t hold my attention all the way through like it’s novella prequel did, and I found myself skipping through portions until the plot picked up, and even then just skimming to the end. I was disappointed that it didn’t hold my interest as well as “Against the Tide” or “The Lady of Bolton Hill”, and the characters just weren’t as likeable. I still plan on continuing to read more books by this author, but just wanted to say that this isn’t her best one to date. If you haven’t read any of Camden’s works before and were thinking of starting with this one, I would recommend going back and reading some of her earlier works.
With that said, I did like the heroine, and I have always enjoyed how Camden’s characters will have unique interests that educate me about various hobbies and professions. I can tell that significant research goes into each book, and I appreciate the authenticity that it lends to the stories.
Thank you so much to Bethany House and Net Galley for providing me with a copy of this book to read and review. All thoughts are my own and were not required to be positive.