Isabel Creston is settled. Finally. She’s mostly content though in her earlier days she had been somewhat of an odd duck. She’s teaching and caring for her sister, quietly. With her parents gone, she’s the responsible one now. Then the news of unknown relatives comes and the pair are tossed into a difficult world that will teach them valuable lessons and lead them down unexpected paths.
Sarah E. Ladd is definitely one of my favorite authors. Dawn at Emberwilde not only had a beautiful cover but an intriguing story to go along with it. It’s a great addition to the Treasures of Surrey. From the fabulous writing style, to the setting, and array of relatable characters it’s definitely worth a read.
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