Books by Candice Proctor

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Beyond Sunrise

Beyond Sunrise is a rip-roaring adventure romance that keeps its hero and heroine hurtling from one dramatic and exciting moment to the next for most of its 423 pages. If that were all it was, it would be one terrific read. But Candice Proctor somehow manages to blend action, excitement and thrills ...

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Midnight Confessions

New Orleans is an occupied city in 1862, and the locals have no reason to trust the Union military currently in charge. So when a respected Creole doctor, Henri Santerre, is mysteriously murdered while visiting the graves of friends, few expect the murderer to be pursued or caught - especially Emman ...

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The Last Knight

For fans who yearn for a medieval book in which the characters do historically accurate things like believe in God, Candice Proctor's The Last Knight could be the answer to a prayer. In a refreshing change of pace, heroine Attica d'Alerion seems to be a product of her times rather than a transplante ...

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September Moon

I haven't read too many historical romances that take place in Australia. At first, I thought September Moon was going to be just like those American Historicals that take place on the frontier - lots of hardship, wildness and danger. It is. And yet, it is different. Ms. Proctor brings all the stran ...

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The Bequest

I just finished The Bequest and, well, you'll have to excuse me now, but I have to go take a long, hot bath. Soak in the water. Wash away all that whorehouse grime. Yuck. Candice Proctor's first book, Night in Eden, examined the horrific conditions women faced as convicts in Regency-era England. T ...

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Night in Eden

I don't get a chance to eat out at elegant restaurants much, so when I go, I invariably choose a dish I've had before. I don't want to waste my time, dollars, and calories on a meal I've never tried and that I might not like. Then I'd be disappointed and wish I hadn't experimented. I s ...