A Lady at Willowgrove Hall by Sarah E. Ladd

A Lady at Willowgrove Hall

Series: Book 3, Whispers on the Moor

Publication Date: October 2014

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

ARC copy from Netgalley and Thomas Nelson Publishers


Once again author Sarah Ladd takes us to Regency England in her latest novel. The year is 1814 and the setting is the moors of Aradelle Park where young Cecily Faire is about to have her life changed forever. Several miles away that same year, Nathaniel Stanton is forced to listen to his dying father’s confession and have his life irrevocably changed as well. Five years later, these two challenged souls will find their paths cross and each tries to help the other expose the secrets which torment them.

The novel examines the question of identity. Cecily and Nathaniel both struggle with their identity. Cecily strives to deal with the loss of her family, and Nathaniel’s battle concerns his parentage. Cecily’s job change takes her from the halls of Rosemere, the girls’ school from book two, The Headmistress of Rosmere, to Willowgrove Hall, where she crosses paths with Nathaniel for the first time.

This book is a pleasant, enjoyable read that works well as a standalone from the series. I thoroughly enjoy reading Ms. Ladd’s work and this third book in the series blends well with the first two. A bit of mystique, romance, and redemption all wrapped up together!

This ARC copy was received from Thomas Nelson and Netgalley.com in exchange for an honest review. The above thoughts and opinions are wholly my own.



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