Book Review

All My Tomorrows by Karen Witemeyer, Jody Hedlund and Elizabeth Camden


I have been a fan or Jody Hedlund and Elizabeth Camden for some time, but this is the first I have read of Karen Witemeyer and I am so glad I did!

All My Tomorrows is a delightful collection of novellas from these ladies, which I loved. Just the perfect length for a leisurely summer afternoon read.

Worth the Wait by Karen Witemeyer had me hooked and devouring every word as fast as I could until I got to the end.  If you don’t fall in love with these characters right away….and swoon when you get to the end…..then I will be mightily surprised. Tori’s story really touched my heart, and then add a puppy and a handsome hero and how can you not love this story. Tori must overcome much, and face much to get to her happily ever after.

An Awakened Heart from Jody Hedlund includes some of the back stories of her Orphan Train series, so if you have read any of those, you will love this “prequel” if you will. We get to know a bit more of Christine Pendleton and Reverend Bedell and how the orphans come to be part of the story.

Toward the Sunrise by Elizabeth Camden was thoroughly enjoyable too. Julia Broeder’s story is absolutely adorable! There are goats in this story ya’ll! Aston and Julia have one thing in common, a love for Marco Polo. It’s hard to tell you much about this story without giving away spoilers but I CAN tell you that I devoured this one! It was just my kind of story. I related to Julia’s determination to do what she has to to make her dreams come true and her evasive maneuvers to not face up to her fears when things don’t go quite as she planned.

I found this to be a lovely Historical Fiction Romance collection.

Book has been provided courtesy of Baker Publishing Group and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc. My opinions are my own.


Readers will take a journey across America and through time in this collection of three novellas from some of Christian fiction’s top historical romance writers. Originally released only as ebooks, these novellas–deeply moving and deeply romantic–now find print for the first time. The collection includes:

Karen Witemeyer’s “Worth the Wait” takes readers to the Harper’s Station women’s colony where a young mother must overcome pains and fears of the past in order to trust again.

Jody Hedlund’s “An Awakened Heart” follows a young woman into the shadows of New York’s tenements where she and a newly appointed minister spar over the best way to care for the poor and orphaned.

Elizabeth Camden’s “Toward the Sunrise” finds a young female medical student trying to overcome the ramifications of a decision that left her at the mercy of a stubborn but handsome attorney.



Karen Witemeyer is a winner of the Carol Award and has been a finalist for the RITA Award and National Readers’ Choice Award. Visit her online at

Jody Hedlund
has written over a dozen novels and won multiple awards including the 2014 Carol Award for Historical Romance. Visit her at

Elizabeth Camden
is a research librarian at a small college and the author of numerous acclaimed novels and novellas. She has won the RITA Award, the Christy Award, and the Carol Award. Visit her at

Melony Teague is a freelance writer who believes everyone has a story to tell and each story is unique and sometimes wilder than fiction. She loves to uncover the good news in society and writes human interest and community pieces. As co-author of As the Ink Flows, she loves to inspire and motivate others through her written words. In her spare time, she reviews books and interviews authors. These reviews can be found right here on her website. She also teaches seniors in her local community to write their own personal story. Melony Teague was born in South Africa and immigrated to Canada. She now lives in Toronto with her husband and their two children and two cats. Check out her recent publications here.

Melony Teague is a Freelance Writer and Columnist who lives in Richmond Hill, Ontario. The Biographer for Portraits of Giving (2014-2016), Aurora Sports Hall of Fame (2015 -2017) and teaches seniors in her community how to write their personal story.

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