The Attic at Wilton Place

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ISBN: ‎ 978-1804362976

The Attic at Wilton Place 

Sʜᴏᴿᴛ Sʏɴᴏᴘsɪs

Ruth was a teenager who could never make her mother happy. Leaving for college was a new beginning. It wasn’t quite what she thought it would be, so she was thrilled when her mother’s famous friend, ‘Aunt Vanessa,’ started inviting Ruth to her home, Wilton Place.

Ruth enjoys the time with Vanessa and the luxury of her home. The downside is that Vanessa tends to ignore her for periods of time, then she reappears as if that hadn’t happened.

Ruth is surprised to find her aunt is gone when she visits this time. She has no idea where she is, but her husband is there. They spend time together as Ruth tries to figure out where her aunt is and the secret between Vanessa and her mother. She discovers a secret locked room. Will she figure out what is going on?

Mʸ Tᴴᴼᵁᴳᴴᵀs

I enjoyed The Attic at Wilton Place. There was intrigue around every corner as Ruth tried to figure out the big secret between Vanessa and her mother. The story is really focused on Ruth though. She is the one I felt bad for at the beginning, but as the story continued, I had a hard time with some of her choices. She could have learned a lot by asking a few questions to the right people. By the end, I wasn’t sure how I felt about Ruth. 

Several characters are easy to dislike. They made the story more interesting, even as I wanted to give them a piece of my mind. Ruth’s dad and brother were the only ones I liked from beginning to end. Some parts of the story focus on Ruth’s family, bringing other issues to light. 

The ending was a surprise. I had no idea what had been going on behind the scenes. Everything made sense at this point. 

Thank you to Caroline England for providing this ebook for me to read and review. 

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