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Stella West has maintained a very low profile upon arriving in Boston in order to continue a private investigation of her sister's untimely death. Putting her art career on hold, she has managed to procure a job in Boston's City Hall where her sister had begun to uncover a ring of government corruption. When Romulus White barges into her life, Stella is unprepared for the barrage of feelings that he invokes; Romulus is handsome, charming and determined, but perhaps he can also become an asset, he knows the very people that Stella needs to access.
"From this Moment" is a very interesting story, Stella and Romulus are both intelligent, often self-centered individuals who start out blatantly using each other for their own advantage and end up nearly destroying a beautiful future just within grasp. Did they really change? That uncertainty along with a bare mention of redemption, left me wondering. Nevertheless, Elizabeth Camden has written a page-turner.
I'm astounded by how thorough her plots are. They are well thought of, ridiculously researched and powerfully irresistible.
Stella and Romulus might not be your typical main characters. They are vain, proud, and have a humongous ego. But, also, they are committed to a fault and are very relatable characters with all their fears as well as their passions.
A side plot is Evelyn and Clyde's story. Their marriage has gone through shaky grounds and we find them separated at the beginning of the book. The way the author brought them together was heartwarming and brought so much depth to the book. It was the perfect compliment and a role-model for Romulus and Stella's story.
Stella has landed a job as a stenographer at City Hall, the last place where her sister, Gwendolyn, worked before her death. Stella is determined to follow Gwendolyn's last steps in hopes of finding some clues to who may have been involved with her sister's death. All Stella seems to be finding are closed doors everywhere she turns; that is, until she finally crosses paths with Romulus, who is definitely a man who knows people and knows how to get things done in Boston. Now Stella's problem is that Romulus is convinced, along with everyone else in town, that Gwendolyn's death was an accident!
This is an interesting and fast-paced tale as you watch Stella and Romulus in their attempts to uncover the details of Gwendolyn's death. You wonder who is closer to the truth until the final pages of this tale. Will it be Stella or perhaps Romulus?