Dawn at Emberwilde : Treasures of Surrey

  • by Sarah E. Ladd
  • Narrated by Jude Mason
  • Series: Treasures of Surrey
  • 9 hrs and 33 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Isabel Creston never dared to dream that love could be hers. Now, at the edge of a forest filled with dark secrets, she faces a fateful choice between love and duty.
For as long as she can remember, beautiful and free-spirited Isabel has strained against the rules and rigidity of the Fellsworth School in the rolling English countryside. No longer a student, Isabel set her sights on a steady role as a teacher at the school, a safe yet stifling establishment that would enable her to care for her younger sister, Lizzie, who was left in her care after her father's death.
The unexpected arrival of a stranger with news of unknown relatives turns Isabel's small, predictable world upside down, sweeping her and her young charge into a labyrinth of intrigue and hidden motives. At her new family's invitation, Isabel and Lizzie relocate to Emberwilde, a sprawling estate adjacent to a vast, mysterious wood rife with rumors and ominous folklore - along with whispers of something far more sinister. Perhaps even more startling, two handsome men begin pursuing Isabel, forcing her to learn the delicate dance between attraction, the intricate rules of courtship, and the hopes of her heart.
At Emberwilde, Isabel will discover that the key to unlocking the mystery of her past may also open the door to her future and security. But first she must find it - in the depths of Emberwilde Forest.


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Customer Reviews

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Good clean Regency story

What made the experience of listening to Dawn at Emberwilde the most enjoyable?

I liked the narrator. Not too monotone, or too American!

What was one of the most memorable moments of Dawn at Emberwilde?

It reminded me of some of the previou titles by this author which I very much liked.

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Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-05-2016
  • Publisher: Thomas Nelson Publishers