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Summary

Amelia Pembroke is in a unique position in Regency England: She can obtain financial freedom. But in order to do so, she must marry one of two gentlemen. The trouble is, she might be falling in love with another man entirely.

1819, Kent, England - everything changed the moment Amelia became heiress to Moorington Cross. A young widow and patient at Cluett’s Mesmeric Hospital, Amelia is stunned to learn that her doctor - and the only father figure she’s ever known - has altered his will naming her his primary beneficiary. Such an opportunity is beyond what any Regency-era woman could dare to dream - especially one with a sleeping disorder that finds her falling asleep at the most random of times.

There is, however, a perplexing condition attached to the will: She must wed one of two named men, wholly unknown to her. Doing so would provide her with a secure future. But how can she marry one of these men when her heart is intrigued by the charming solicitor Mr. Hawkins?

Everything takes on a new sense of urgency - and danger - when Mr. Cluett is found dead in his bedchamber only hours after announcing his updated will. Now Amelia has 30 days to decide which man she will marry. But she is just as determined to uncover the truth of her benefactor’s demise with the help of Mr. Hawkins. After all, this sudden turn of events couldn’t merely be a coincidence - could it?

From award-winning author Abigail Wilson, Twilight at Moorington Cross is a mysterious Regency romance in the vein of Gothic tradition full of intrigue, mesmeric treatments, and abandoned corridors that proves love is the greatest testament of all.

©2022 Abigail Wilson (P)2022 Thomas Nelson

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  • Veronica Idrovo
  • 02-02-22

What happened here? disappointed...

This book is not nearly as good as Abigail's other books. It's actually a bit repetitive, monotonous and boring 😴. It had potential, but perhaps she was rushed by her publisher. The reader is great. the only worthy chapters were at the end of the book. I was very disappointed in this period

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  • Jonathan R Gee
  • 29-01-22

Amazing!

This was the best book that I've read in a long time! It was full of suspense and twists and turns! Of course all of her books are great! They remind me of Victoria Holt! I can't wait for her next one!

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  • Catherin L
  • 22-01-22

Intriguing

The story had twists and turns that kept me listening intently until the last sentence
Clean romance.

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  • g
  • 21-01-22

My favorite so far

In addition to the mystery, this one had a good amount of romance in it. More romance than in the other books in my opinion. I very much enjoyed it.