I received a copy of To the Farthest Shores from Bethany Publishing House in exchange for an honest review.

This is the first Elizabeth Camden book I’ve read, and I’ve really enjoyed it. She blended history and romance into a neat story. While the idea of romance is timeless, this had the unique perspective of happening during a time of war. That allowed the love story to have a different angle on angst. It even gave some new rawness on dealing with loss and love when Jenny had to deal with Ryan’s return and learn that he moved on with his life with another woman after he left her.
In these experiences Jenny had, I also enjoyed seeing a strong female character. She had a rough childhood, but she came out stronger as a young adult. With the help of her adoptive dad, she became a nurse who takes care of herself. She exuded independence and morally upstanding character. Her patients appreciated her empathy, and she could also stand her ground in an upsetting situation.
I enjoyed watching Jenny’s life and love unfold and look forward to checking out another Elizabeth Camden novel.