Dawn at Emberwilde book review

10d0c93783cb68c47f99357da694c241  Not everything is as it seems.

 

Isabel has been able to rely on her daily life, with no changes, no surprises, and then she receives a visitor that changes her life forever. All of a sudden there is family who is looking for her, who are opening their home to her. This seems like a dream come true. But is it really a dream come true? Or a nightmare come to life?

Take a Jane Austen setting in an Alfred Hitchcock plot and you have Dawn at Emberwilde. The story kept my attention and Kept me from a few sleepless late hours. The only bummer I have about it is the ending. There was such a build up and I felt the ending, although it is (Possible spoiler alert) not a cliffhanger, it seemed very rushed to me. As if the author had reached her deadline and just finished up the story without putting in the proper care and detail it deserved. Otherwise, it was a very good story, in my opinion, anyway.

 

*I received this book free from Fiction Guild and Thomas Nelson in exchange for my honest review. What I have expressed are entirely my own thoughts.*

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