Monday, March 20, 2017

ARC Review of A Perfect Gentleman by Candace Camp


It has been awhile since I have read a Candace Camp Romance and I cannot think of a reason why I stopped.  This is a marvelous book and she is an amazing author.   Her stories are intricate and compelling. This is a full length novel that will keep you reading late into the night.  This book is a must read.  Candace is a master at writing a complex plot that has mystery, conflict and always a wonderful resolution.  She leads you to the villain by subtle clues that will left me guessing until I was 3/4 through the book.

Graeme Parr, Earl of Montclair is forced to marry an American heiress and give up the woman that he loved. Abigail Price agrees to marry Graeme to escape from her domineering father and finally find some happiness. She knows that Graeme doesn't love her but he is polite, respectful and handsome.  Abigail does not know that Graeme is being blackmailed by her father, but Graeme thinks that she does and abandons her on their wedding night.  Abigail doesn't know why Graeme hates her so she returns to America and makes a life for herself without her husband.

Now it is ten years later and Abigail has returned to England to try to reconcile with Graeme.  She wants a child and hopes Graeme will cooperate.  Graeme has always thought that Abigail knew what her father did to him and wants nothing to do with her.  He does not trust her but he is a Gentleman and he will protect her because she is still is his wife.  To make things more complicated someone is trying to kill Abigail and she is now living with Graeme.  They mutually decide to reconcile to provide a baby for Abigail and an heir to the title. The desire is fiery and addictive, they can't seem to keep their hands off each other.  Can they let the past stay in the past and make a life together?  Love is in the air!!

Received a complimentary copy for an honest review.

1 comment:

  1. It's years since I read any books by Candice Camp but I do remember enjoying them.

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