Books by Candace Camp

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Her Scandalous Pursuit

Her Scandalous Pursuit, although Book seven in Candace Camp’s The Mad Morelands series, tells the story of the oldest Moreland sibling. When the series began in 2003 with Mesmerized, Thisbe was already married. Now, in Her Scandalous Pursuit, readers get to see Thisbe’s love story. It is a tale ...

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A Momentary Marriage

A Momentary Marriage is the sequel to Candace Camp’s A Perfect Gentleman, which is where we were introduced to Sir James de Vere and Miss Laura Hinsdale as secondary characters with no love lost between them.  The prospect of a marriage of convenience between these two antagonists was an enticing ...

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A Perfect Gentleman

In Candace Camp's newest historical romance, an estranged couple come together again after a decade-long separation. Older and wiser, are they both willing to take chances on each other, or will the pride and prejudice that separated them the first time thwart them again? A Perfect Gentleman is a ...

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The Marrying Season

Genevieve Stafford has a reputation as an ice queen. Her behaviour and reputation are impeccable and she has been tutored by her formidable grandmother into being everything a proper young lady of good breeding should be. She has had plenty of admirers, but none of them have incited her interest a ...

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An Affair without End

An Affair without End is the third and final book in Candace Camp’s Windmere series but it works just fine as a stand-alone read. In fact, the book itself works just fine: It’s well written, captivating, has winning leads and engaging secondary characters, and presents a pleasant dash of intrigu ...

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A Gentleman Always Remembers

I’ll be honest: The only way I got through this book was by assigning myself a minimum daily quota. I’d get home from work, look at the book, groan, pick it up, and get through that daily chapter before setting it aside with relief. It wasn’t bad; it wasn’t anything nearly so interesting a ...

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A Lady Never Tells

Making fun of romance novel titles can be like shooting fish in a barrel. Some are over the top ridiculous, and others are bland. A Lady Never Tells errs on the side of bland and incomplete. I offer two more appropriate suggestions: 1. A Lady Never Tells a Man Yes when He Proposes to Her the First T ...

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The Courtship Dance

There can be a real comfort in familiar premises skillfully executed and that sums up my reaction to The Courtship Dance, the final installment in Candace Camp’s Matchmaker series. Widowed Lady Francesca Haughston buries her loneliness by matchmaking for others. This time out, she plans to find ...

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The Wedding Challenge

The Wedding Challenge is the third book in Candace Camp's Matchmaker series, featuring young widow, Lady Francesca Haughston. Though reading the prior two installments wasn’t necessary to enjoying this one, I will probably pick them up next time I get the chance – and I’m very much looking fo ...

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The Marriage Wager

So Candace Camp gets some credit for sparing us the Regency spies, but The Marriage Wager is, nevertheless, is a book I’ve read before – many, many, many times, as a matter of fact. You probably won’t be surprised considering the book’s title that the oh-so-familiar (and well-worn) plot de ...