Caroline is slightly cunning with a complicated past, and one can’t help but relate to her mission for coming to America—to seek justice for the loss of her mother. I admit, as Caroline puts her plan in motion, I was rooting for her to succeed, even when she begins to fall in love with the one man who stands in her way. As she uncovers the truth and cruel intentions of her family members, we watch her work through true-to-life internal conflicts: Is getting revenge the ultimate payout? Can you find the strength and ability to forgive? How do you gather up hope when all seems lost?
From the Great Hall of Ellis Island to the drawing rooms and dinner parties of the upper echelon of New York society, Journey’s End is an inspirational story I won’t soon forget.
- Amy Hosford, Editor