Book Review: The Heiress of Winterwood

The Heiress of Winterwood

by

Sarah E. Ladd

My Rating: 4 out of 5 Stars

Amelia is an heiress to a grand estate. Her parents having died, she is under the care of her uncle and his wife. Amelia must marry someone by the time she turns 24 or the estate will go to someone else. Her uncle has found what he believes to be a suitable match: Edward Littleton. Not only will Edward marry Amelia, but he will also become her uncle’s business partner. However, when a friend of Amelia’s dies and leaves her daughter with her, Amelia wants nothing else but to raise the child as her own. When the child’s father, Graham, returns, Amelia must find a way to work with him in order to find the best way for the child to be raised.

 

I do not want to give a lot of the plot away, though I know several different book summaries I have read give a lot away anyway. But I will say that this book was very enjoyable and it kept me guessing as to how things would be resolved. There are a few twists and turns that may come as a surprise and there are a few other things that happened that weren’t such a surprise. Overall I greatly enjoyed this book and look forward to reading more from this author.

 

I received a free ecopy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions stated are my own.

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One response to “Book Review: The Heiress of Winterwood

  1. I’ve been meaning to read this story. I hope it’s a good one 🙂

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