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Dawn at Emberwilde (A Treasures of Surrey Novel) Paperback – May 10, 2016
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3 stars. 'With a heroine whose emotions and motivations aren’t always consistent or clear, some overstuffed prose and a plot that’s slow to get rolling, Emberwilde isn’t up to Ladd’s usual level of excellence. Nevertheless, a base hit by Ladd is equivalent to a home run by others, and readers will find plenty to enjoy, including a good-hearted hero, well-drawn secondary characters and a gripping finale.' (RT Book Reviews)
About the Author
Sarah E. Ladd received the 2011 Genesis Award in historical romance for The Heiress of Winterwood. She is a graduate of Ball State University and has more than ten years of marketing experience. Sarah lives in Indiana with her amazing family and spunky Golden Retriever. Facebook: SarahLaddAuthor Twitter: @SarahLaddAuthor
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In “Dawn at Emberwilde” the main character Isabel was a very refreshing breath of fresh air. I really liked her character. On the other hand, I’m sorry to say that I wasn’t as impressed by the hero. I just didn’t get that swoony feeling that I love to see in any hero in a novel.
Overall, I just think that the book cover was really beautiful! Even though I did enjoy the beginning of the novel, there were times in the novel that I felt kinda lagged behind. All in all, I still like reading Sarah Ladd’s books and I highly recommend her writing to anyone who love to read regency fiction.
The heroine seemed a bit passive for someone who planned to live life on her own wits. She would succumb to her aunt, never ask questions of her uncle, and would do things against her better judgment for those "in charge."
The hero had little back story, which bothers me in any book. In this case, we are to believe he had reasons for doing what he did, but we don't have a clue as to what those reasons were--something in his past that is never explained.
I will try the author again, as I believe she has another book in the series.