A Song at Twilight

The Heiress Series

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Pub Date 30 Jun 2020 | Archive Date 2 Jul 2020

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Description

She has everything she's ever dreamed of―except the man who broke her heart

Sophie Tresilian is the toast of Europe, a silver-voiced singer whose star is on the rise.Though desired by countless men, she lost her heart years ago to Robin Pendarvis.… but secrets from the past tore them apart. His sudden reappearance turns her world upside-down, reviving all the old pain―and all the old passion. Unable to deny the love that still burns between them, they will risk everything to be together again. But will the scandal that blighted their past destroy their future as well?


“Moving, lyrically written, and superbly inventive… A delightful way to spend an afternoon.”Library Journal, Starred review

She has everything she's ever dreamed of―except the man who broke her heart

Sophie Tresilian is the toast of Europe, a silver-voiced singer whose star is on the rise.Though desired by countless men...


A Note From the Publisher

A new edition of my second novel. Features revised and bonus content. Sequel to WALTZ WITH A STRANGER.

A new edition of my second novel. Features revised and bonus content. Sequel to WALTZ WITH A STRANGER.


Advance Praise

“Written with a lyrical grace reminiscent of Rosamunde Pilcher, Pamela Sherwood’s A Song at Twilight spins a powerfully romantic tale of two honorable, star-crossed lovers trying to find their way back to each other’s arms.”Mary Jo Putney, New York Times bestselling author of Once A Spy

“Rich with drama and mystery, Robin and Sophie’s love story is a sweeping tale filled with the drama of the Cornish landscape and lyrical yearning of the music Sophie sings.”Tracy Grant, author of The Tavistock Plot

“Moving, lyrically written, and superbly inventive, this late Victorian tale has a dash of mystery and more than one startling plot twist to put a refreshing spin on the typical tender reunion story. A delightful way to spend an afternoon.”Library Journal, Starred review

“A SONG AT TWILIGHT by Pamela Sherwood hits all the right notes. Even with the varying tempo and key changes, it crescendos nicely and resolves in a happy fermata.”The Romance Reviews, 4 stars

“One of those romance novels that you savor all the way through and know you will sample again. It’s “a keeper” . . . featuring two rich, complex characters”Night Owl Reviews, Top Pick, 4.5 stars

“A love story to savor”—Long and Short Reviews, 5 stars

“Written with a lyrical grace reminiscent of Rosamunde Pilcher, Pamela Sherwood’s A Song at Twilight spins a powerfully romantic tale of two honorable, star-crossed lovers trying to find their way...


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A Song at Twilight is a lovely read. It's full of heart and love, it's a perfect way to spend the afternoon curled up on the sofa.

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Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for an early review copy. This book had it all, secrets, surprises, sweet, second chance romance. In this book were shocking.. Never saw that reveal coming, I was totally blown away, along with all the other twists that came along, the mystery, had me hooked. Sophie, a wonderful heroine. Such a strong character, knew when something was worth fighting for. . I thought Robin was complicated. His past, wasn’t pretty. And, due to this I found his relationship with Sophie put into a position that I wouldn't like. But, Robin was a sweet, wonderful hero and a true gentleman. A man who wasn't afraid to defy convention when it came to something he really wanted. The romance was brilliant. Very sweet, utterly adorable. Definitely, there was chemistry between these two.. Completely adored this book.

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