An Affair Without End by Candace Camp

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5 Critic Reviews

With clever and witty banter, sharp attention to detail, and utterly likable characters (including Oliver's brash American cousin Camellia and Vivian's brother Gregory, who enjoy their own warm and surprising romance), Camp is at the top of her game.
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Synopsis

If a sophisticated beauty proposes a clandestine affair, could even the most proper gentleman resist? New York Times bestselling author Candace Camp concludes her scintillating Willowmere series with a seductive tale of an alluring lady who dares to break the rules. . . .

When Oliver, Earl of Stewkesbury, asks the dashing Lady Vivian Carlyle to ensure that his American cousins meet the cream of London society, he doesn’t anticipate the danger she will pose to his own self-control. Thrown into intimate contact with the lovely lady, Oliver finds he cannot stop thinking of Vivian—of her wit, of her smile . . . of her lips. And when Vivian, who has sworn never to subject herself to the bonds of matrimony, boldly suggests that she and Oliver become lovers instead, her scandalous proposal is temptation indeed! But with an alarming series of jewel thefts rocking London, the ever-outrageous Vivian insists on trying to discover the perpetrator despite Oliver’s admonitions. And when a bold lady steps into danger, it is a gentleman’s duty to protect her at all costs. What neither Oliver nor Vivian can anticipate, however, is that the ultimate cost may be both their hearts. . . .
 

About Candace Camp

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Born into a newspaper family, some of Candace Camp’s earliest memories are of making up stories which she played out on the floor of their den with whatever objects were handy. She is currently the author of over sixty novels, including the bestselling Regency romances The Courtship Dance, The Wedding Challenge, and The Bridal Quest.
 
Published March 22, 2011 by Pocket Books. 421 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Publishers Weekly

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Reviewed by Publishers Weekly on Feb 21 2011

With clever and witty banter, sharp attention to detail, and utterly likable characters (including Oliver's brash American cousin Camellia and Vivian's brother Gregory, who enjoy their own warm and surprising romance), Camp is at the top of her game.

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RT Book Reviews

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Reviewed by Joan Hammond on Apr 22 2011

...includes a mix of sprightly dialogue, jewel thieves and murder along with a simmering sensuality that adds just enough spice to this fast-paced, well- rendered love story.

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All About Romance

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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 intrigue.

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Shiny Book Review

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on Sep 10 2011

This is a very fun Regency romance, and it’s one “affair” I hated to come to an end. I enjoyed every single last bit of AN AFFAIR WITHOUT END and will look forward to anything Ms. Camp writes next as it’s obvious she has her stuff together.

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Romance Reviews Today

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Reviewed by Jane Bowers on Apr 21 2011

For passion and adventure, as well as a highly entertaining story, you'll want to get AN AFFAIR WITHOUT END. It stands very well on its own...

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