The Light at Wyndcliff

The Light at Wyndcliff

In the third book of this sweet Regency Cornwall series, one young man must search for truth among the debris of multiple shipwrecks on his newly inherited property.

When Liam Twethewey inherits the ancient Wyndcliff Hall in Pevlyn, Cornwall, he sets a goal of fulfilling his late great-uncle’s dream of opening a china clay pit on the estate’s moorland. When he arrives, however, a mysterious shipwreck on his property—along with even more mysterious survivors—puts his plans on hold.

Evelyn Bray has lived in Pevlyn her entire life. After her grandfather’s fall from fortune, he humbled himself and accepted the position of steward at Wyndcliff Hall. Evelyn’s mother, embarrassed by the reduction of wealth and status, left Pevlyn in search of a better life for them both, but in spite of her promise, never returns. Evelyn is left to navigate an uncertain path with an even more uncertain future.

When the mysteries surrounding the shipwreck survivors intensify, Liam and Evelyn are thrown together as they attempt to untangle a web of deceit and secrets. But as they separate the truths from the lies, they quickly learn that their surroundings—and the people in it—are not as they seem. Liam and Evelyn are each tested, and as a romance buds between them, they must decide if their love is strong enough to overcome their growing differences.

Title:The Light at Wyndcliff
ISBN:9780785223276
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    The Light at Wyndcliff Reviews

  • Mimi Matthews

    The Light at Wyndcliff is a richly atmospheric Regency novel, reminiscent of the works of Victoria Holt and Daphne du Maurier. The storm-swept Cornish coast is a character unto itself, forming the per...

  • Heidi Robbins (Heidi Reads...)

    This third book in the Cornwall series is my favorite, with its Gothic tones from a stormy coastal setting and dangerous mystery, but balanced with lightness from the friendship that develops between ...

  • Randi Annie Framnes

    When new owner of Wyndcliff Hall William, Liam, Twethewey arrives to take ownership, he finds sinister activity on the property. He unexpectantly bond with steward’s granddaughter Evelyn Bray while ...

  • Melissa Tagg

    I've read quite a few of Sarah Ladd's books, but I'm pretty sure this one is my new fave! I loved the characters and the whole thread about shipwrecks. With the number of Regency books I read, sometim...

  • Sarah Sundin

    In The Light at Wyndcliff, Sarah E. Ladd brings us again to beautiful Cornwall with the Twethewey family. Rich in atmosphere and romance and intrigue, the writing draws you in deeply for a satisfying ...

  • Tamara

    The third book in the Cornwall series, The Light at Wyndcliff sees Liam Twethwey inheriting the ancient Wyndcliff Hall in Pevlyn, Cornwall. He plans on opening a china clay pit on the estate's moorlan...

  • Megan

    "The Light at Wyndcliff" by Sarah E. Ladd is the perfect fall read! I could not believe how much I enjoyed it and how quickly I read it. It is the third book in Ms. Ladd’s “Cornwall” series but ...

  • linda hole

    I really enjoyed this book. And I did not know it was a part of a series. So you could read this book As a stand alone. The book has it all, a mystery , romance, and friendships. I would highly recomm...

  • Cara Putman

    Sarah Ladd is one of my favorite Regency authors. She has a talent for creating characters and scenarios that are fresh and unique for her genre. The Light at Wyndcliff could be my new favorite of her...

  • Sally Britton

    When people ask me who my favorite Regency authors are, Sarah E. Ladd is always at the top of the list. She writes characters with emotional depth in a way that always, always moves me. Her descriptio...