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An Affair Without End by Candace Camp
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Mar 24, 11

bookshelves: historical-romance-regency-england
Read in March, 2011

AN AFFAIR WITHOUT END by Candace Camp is an interesting historical romance set in Regency England. It is the final installment of "Willowmere" series,but can be read as a stand alone.It is well written with depth,details,romance,love,betrayal,adventure,danger,and sweet sensuality.The plot is easy to follow and will capture your attention.It is an exciting tale of a bold Lady of society,Vivian, who eagerly steps into danger and breaks the rules the of the ton.She has also decided she will never get married,but along comes the handsome,Oliver,Earl of Stewkesbury.Oliver she determined not to marry until he must,but he can't resist Vivian and her need to be outrageous.When Vivian suggest that she and Oliver become lovers,he is surely tempted.And as they say the rest is history.Oliver and Vivian have known each other for years.Vivian has always done outrageous things to Oliver.But when Vivian becomes entangled in an alarming series of jewel thefts rocking London,he knows he must help her or she will be in grieve danger.This story also has another plot intertwined within it,featuring Vivian's sly,bookish brother,Gregory,The fifth Marquess of Seyre,and the lovely bookish,gun totting American, Camellia, one of Oliver,The Earl of Stewkesbury's cousins. This is really a fast paced story with a few slow spots,only because of the details involved.Otherwise,it is an exciting tale of breaking the rules of society and finding love and happiness.It has moments that will have your laughing out loud.The charcters will capture your heart.This is a great historical romance.This book was received from Pocket Book Book Blogs and details can be found at Pocket Star Books, a division of Simon and Schuster,Inc. and My Book Addicton and More.


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