Books by Anna Campbell

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A Match Made in Mistletoe

Fans of Anna Campbell’s have been treated to a regular diet of new stories from her over the last year or so in the form of a series of novellas (Dashing Widows) and a couple of standalones.  Her writing is extremely assured, warm and intelligent; and she has the knack of creating the most delici ...

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Stranded With the Scottish Earl

Sometimes I just want to be entertained when I pick-up a romance.  No drama, no angst and a simple story of a man and woman in love.  Anna Campbell has been self-publishing some great short stories lately and her latest - Stranded with the Scottish Earl - is the perfect book to pick-up in between ...

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Tempting Mr Townsend

Tempting Mr Townsend is the second novella in Anna Campbell’s series of stories about three Dashing Widows, friends who decide to shake things up a bit and live a little following their mourning periods. The heroine of this story is Lady Fenella Deerham, whose husband, Henry, was killed at Waterlo ...

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A Scoundrel by Moonlight

Narrated by Steve West In A Scoundrel by Moonlight, the fourth book in Anna Campbell’s Sons of Sin series, the hero has a slightly different background to that of the other three, who are united by long-standing friendship and through the scandal they have weathered owing to the fact that they ...

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Her Christmas Earl

If the set-up of this Christmas novella seems familiar, it’s because Anna Campbell originally wrote the opening pages of this story back in 2012 in response to a prompt by a blogger, which was - “A Wardrobe Malfunction on Christmas Eve”. She says she “immediately fell in love with the charac ...

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What a Duke Dares

This, the third book in Ms Campbell’s Sons of Sin series, is one I’ve been looking forward to. I enjoyed meeting the very proper and austere Duke of Sedgemoor in the other books, and had high hopes for his story. The last thing Camden Rothermere needs, in the opinion of his childhood friend, ...

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A Rake’s Midnight Kiss

We first met Sir Richard Harmsworth, sophisticated, charming and devastatingly handsome man-about-town, in the previous novel in this series, Seven Nights in a Rogue’s Bed . Like his friend Jonas Merrick, the hero of that story, Richard is similarly tainted by the slur of bastardy; although in Ric ...

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Midnight’s Wild Passion

As a rule, rakes set on ruin for the purpose of revenge do little for me. Not only do I pity them for never having learned that living well is the best revenge, I am irked that the ruin sought is almost always at the expense of a young virginal girl. Can’t these rich, handsome, brilliant, bad anti ...

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My Reckless Surrender

My tolerance is actually pretty high these days. Lots of sex and no emotion? Whatever. Waaaay over the top emotions? Bring it on. Overly convoluted premise? It’s all good. But all of that, plus a heroine who deserves every drop of my derision and her self-contempt? That’s a problem. ...

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Captive of Sin

Lovers of tortured characters will have a field day with Captive of Sin. It’s a sweeping, larger than life historical romance filled with passion, angst and suffering. I thought the beginning was about as good as an historical romance can get, and I was about to proclaim it a DIK before a rushed e ...