a few months ago i was thinking about this subject. my boots were soaked and it was humid outside. i devised a rather interesting approach to speeding up the drying time.
once in camp, i removed the liners, changed socks, and then put on my boots with plastic bags covering my fresh socks.
the boots have a gore-tex layer with a protective liner that was soaked. the bags prevented the moisture from wicking into my socks and the heat from my feet reduced the drying time.
in the morning, the inside of my boots were damp, but after donning the bags while getting breakfast and camp cleaned up, they were dry to the touch.
dry feet are essential to me - and this clever idea seemed to work quite well with boots that were water logged.