A Song at Twilight

A Song at Twilight

Pamela Sherwood / Jan 20, 2021

A Song at Twilight Robin and Sophie s love story is a sweeping tale filled with drama and yearning Teresa Grant author of The Paris Affair Late in England s Victorian age the world is changing new freedoms new ideas

  • Title: A Song at Twilight
  • Author: Pamela Sherwood
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 477
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Robin and Sophie s love story is a sweeping tale filled with drama and yearning Teresa Grant, author of The Paris Affair Late in England s Victorian age, the world is changing new freedoms, new ideas, and perhaps a chance for an old love to be new again A love too strong to let go Aspiring singer Sophie Tresilian had the world at her feet fame, fortune, and true Robin and Sophie s love story is a sweeping tale filled with drama and yearning Teresa Grant, author of The Paris AffairLate in England s Victorian age, the world is changing new freedoms, new ideas, and perhaps a chance for an old love to be new againA love too strong to let goAspiring singer Sophie Tresilian had the world at her feet fame, fortune, and true love until the man of her dreams broke her heart Now she s the toast of Europe, desired by countless men but unwilling to commit to any of them Then Robin Pendarvis walks back into her lifeFour years ago, Robin had hoped to make Sophie his bride, but secrets from his past forced him to let her go Seeing her again revives all the old pain and all the old passion It might be against every rule, but somehow, some way, he will bring them together again Sherwood effortlessly evokes the world of Edith Wharton and Henry JamesAn elegantly written debut with a richness and depth worth savoring Booklist, STARRED REVIEW for Waltz with a Stranger

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      • Pamela Sherwood

        Pamela Sherwood grew up in a family of teachers and taught college level literature and writing courses for several years before turning to writing full time She holds a doctorate in English literature, specializing in the Romantic and Victorian periods, eras that continue to fascinate her and provide her with countless opportunities for virtual time travel She lives in Southern California where she continues to write the kind of books she loves to read.


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    1. It's hard for me to believe that this only is Pamela Sherwood's second book. Her first book (the first of this series) was a solid 4 - 4.5 star read for me, and this one has hit the jackpot. She is such an accomplished writer, and all the elements fit together. Plus, it is a book of great depth and feeling, and there were parts where I actually started to tear up. And while the romance is always front and center, the author also manages to include a well executed mystery as well. Also, while the [...]


    2. *3.75-think-of-me-stars*Pamela Sherwood has such a beautiful way with words. Her handling of prose is like nothing I have seen and purely unique. Very understated and subtle but really packs a punch. Simple yet so layered.And for just a moment, as their gazes met, he thought he saw the young Sophie looking out of those eyes. All else faded into insignificance as the connection they'd shared since their first meeting vibrated between them like a plucked string, an echo that reached all the way do [...]


    3. My Rating: 4.5/5Secrets, surprises, and a sweet, second chance romance. This book had it all and I loved it! Song at Twilight was a wonderful, unique historical romance that took me by surprise.The secrets in this book were shocking. Robin's past was definitely a huge surprise. I never saw that reveal coming. I have to commend the author for coming up with an idea that I haven't seen before. Since it wasn't revealed in the blurb, I don't feel like I can reveal it, but it totally blew me away. An [...]


    4. Finally getting to update my reviews here been a busy couple weeks!I really wanted to love this book. The story was sweet, the characters believable (mostly) and the conflict interesting. I loved Sophie's musical inclination and how she flouted society and became an accomplished singer. I loved how Robin encouraged her constantly. His conflict with his (view spoiler)[estranged wife (hide spoiler)] was, I thought, a creative way to throw a wrench in Robin and Sophie's otherwise HEA story. Sophie' [...]


    5. I liked both Sophie and Robin, they were both strong characters and I liked the setting as it was in the late Victorian years, I enjoyed seeing them together when they were younger and I could feel the chemistry between them and I was hoping it would be something trivial as to the reason why he would break up with her despite it taking them four years to get back lol, I thought Sophie was stronger during them years when they weren't together and I liked seeing how she at least moved on and focus [...]


    6. A SONG AT TWILIGHT by Pamela Sherwood is an interesting Late Victorian era Historical Romance set in 1896 London. Star - crossed lovers try to navigate the waters of polite society and back to each others arms. Follow aspiring singer Sophie Tresilian and Robin Pendarvis,the once man of her dreams, on a journey of passion, music and romance. Can an old love be revived? Read "A Song at Twilight" to find out. In the late Victorian era of England times are changing, with new ideas are forming, and n [...]


    7. The obstacle pissed me off (view spoiler)[He got married when he was young and stupid! Naturally, she isn't a very good person. He's seeking a divorce, but she comes back with kids, so he has to stay married to her to make sure the kids are protected (hide spoiler)], plus it was ultimately a second chance romance, which isn't really my thing.


    8. I had the pleasure of interviewing Pamela Sherwood for the release of her second book A Song at Twilight. The more I read about the book the more I just had to read it. I'm so honored I was given a chance to read this book to share my thoughts with you.A Song at Twilight was everything I thought it would be and more. I truly enjoyed reading Sophie and Robin's story. I love a good reunion romance tale. I so enjoyed how these two cared enough for each other to do what was best for each. However th [...]


    9. Sherwood once again shatters character tropes for the romance genre in her sophomore outing. As a matter of fact, her strength is in the depth of the characters, and their intensely likable, and oftentimes unexpected, personalities and reactions. Sophie is wonderfully matter-of-fact, rational, calm, without ever feeling cold or distant; it's a credit to the author that she seemingly effortlessly allows us to see what both her protagonists are thinking and feeling without the reader feeling overb [...]


    10. Reviewed by JenBook provided by NetGalley for reviewReview originally posted at Romancing the BookI’m a huge historical romance fan and thoroughly enjoyed Waltz with a Stranger, Pamela Sherwood’s debut. So when the opportunity to review A Song at Twilight came across my desk, I jumped at the chance, and I was not disappointed.This is a reunion story. Sophie and Robin were young and in love. But a secret he carried tore them apart. Years later, he hunts her down in hopes they can reconcile, b [...]


    11. Pamela Sherwood is a new to me author and I’m always excited to try someone new, especially since I wasn’t jumping in in the middle of an ongoing series. Even though this is listed as a stand-alone it unfortunately read as part of a series to me. I felt there was information or secondary storylines that I was missing out on because I hadn’t read anything else by Ms. Sherwood. The story of Sophie and Robin spanned a number of years from their initial introduction to their chance at a new be [...]





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