Pamela Sherwood, Historical Novelist
Romance with a touch of mystery? Mystery with a touch of romance? Fantasy with touches of both?
Coming this fall from Blue Castle Publishing!
You are cordially invited to… A Wedding In Cornwall!
Sophie and Robin are finally tying the knot! Join the Tresilians in this companion tale to A Song At Twilight, as they celebrate their prodigal daughter’s marriage to the man she has loved through years of separation and heart-breaking obstacles.
Meanwhile, Sir Harry Tresilian hopes that his sister’s wedding will not be the only one in the offing. After a two-year courtship, he means to coax his skittish mistress to the altar at last. Will his cunning plan succeed? How will Sara, Robin’s young daughter, react to becoming part of a large extended family? And what about that mysterious letter Sophie receives right before the wedding—could it possibly derail her and Robin’s big day?
For the answers to these and other questions, haste to the wedding, where love, laughter, and—of course—music will abound!
Available now from Blue Castle Publishing
A princess awakens from an enchanted sleep with a longing even Prince Charming cannot satisfy . . .
A harper answers a musical challenge from Death himself to save her father’s life . . .
A budding enchantress must rely on her wits instead of her magic in a crisis . . .
A queen tells a mysterious tale, with an ending no one can predict . . .
In these seven stories, award-winning author Pamela Sherwood explores the realms of fantasy, where magic and danger lie in wait at every hidden turning.
Includes a preview of A Scandal in Newport, Pamela’s upcoming romance novella featuring Amy Newbold and Thomas Sheridan from Waltz with a Stranger!
Available in print and digital from the following:
Praise for A Song at Twilight, available now from Sourcebooks Casablanca
“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 Sometimes a Rogue
“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.” – 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 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 life …
Four 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…
“Readers who miss the lush, sweeping romances of Judy Cuevas and Penelope Williamson will swoon with delight over Sherwood’s lyrically descriptive writing style, richly nuanced characterization, and superb sense of pacing.”—Booklist
“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.”—Victoria Lane, 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
Available now from Sourcebooks Casablanca
“From the gaslit ballrooms of Belgravia to the Cornish countryside, James and Aurelia’s love story is a complex journey of romance, intrigue, and self-discovery, brimming with evocative details of late Victorian life.”
—Teresa Grant, author of Imperial Scandal
Winner of the 2013 Laurel Wreath Award for Best Historical Romance
“May I have this dance?”
Aurelia wasn’t hiding exactly. She just needed to get out of the crush of the ballroom—away from the people staring at her scar, pitying her limp. She was still quite enjoying the music from the conservatory. And then a complete stranger—dashing, debonair, kind—asked her to waltz. In the strength of his arms, she felt she could do anything. But both would be leaving London soon…
When they meet again a year later, everything has changed. She’s no longer a timid mouse. And he’s now a titled gentleman—with a fiancée. Is the magic of one stolen moment, one undeniable connection enough to overcome a scandal that would set Society ablaze and tear their families apart?
“Sherwood effortlessly evokes the world of Edith Wharton and Henry James, and her exquisite character development, memorable secondary characters, and impeccably researched historical setting infuse this elegantly written debut with a richness and depth worth savoring.”—Booklist, Starred Review
“Sherwood debuts with a lovely story where threads of family and friendship play an important role . . . the evenly flowing plot and nicely written dialogue set the tone of the era and the characters’ motivation so well that readers will be enchanted.”—RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars
“WALTZ WITH A STRANGER is a delightful and well-written historical romance . . . a worthy read for its endearing characters and thought-provoking themes.”–Ashia, The Romance Reviews, 5 Stars
“A delightful story of two sisters and one man, and their attempts to untangle an engagement. The author takes the high road, stays true to the mores of the time, and ends up leaving a wonderful impression on the reader. Waltz with a Stranger is an excellent first novel.”—Cathy Sova, The Romance Reader, 4 Hearts
“Sympathetic protagonists will keep readers engaged.”—Publishers Weekly