Waltz with a Stranger by Pamela Sherwood

Waltz with a Stranger

Published: December 10th 2019 (first published December 4th 2012)

Publisher: Blue Castle Publishing

Length: 396 pages

My Rating: 3 stars


Scarred and lame after a riding accident, shy heiress Aurelia Newbold is resigned to her wallflower status—until a handsome, gallant stranger draws her into a secret waltz and awakens long-buried desires. A year later, a newly confident Aurelia returns to London, hoping to meet her mysterious partner again… only to find that he has since acquired a title, an estate, and a beautiful fiancee. And the lucky lady just happens to be Aurelia’s beloved twin sister.

My Review:

This is a rerelease of the author’s debut novel. While there is nothing I disliked about the book, I didn’t find it memorable either. The book is lengthy, and while it didn’t drag, it could have been shortened.

The characters are likeable, but I found myself not really caring about any of them. They were too bland, and nothing was interesting about them. The romance was lukewarm at best with no steam whatsoever that I could tell.

While I was underwhelmed by this book and I wouldn’t recommend purchasing it, there are some who enjoy a simple, uncomplicated romance.

I received an arc of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

*Blurb and cover image via Goodreads. 

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