For the most part I enjoy Candace Camp's books. She rarely has a heroine who is a wimp and her heroes are usually interesting. What I do have a problem with is how she recycles her plots. Frequently the heroine is in danger. I don't have a problem with that because we need to have danger so the hero can rescue her. But, in three books so far, towards the end of the book, the heroine promises not to leave the house or go anywhere by themselves (because they are in danger). But, of course, they act like twits and go off somewhere with someone they supposedly trust. Of course that person turns out to be the bad guy.
Come on Ms. Camp. How about a new plot to recycle.
Candace Camp is one of those authors who has the magic to suck you into the story. You can actually feel, smell, and TASTE what is going on. This book becomes an obsession to find out what's on the next page. I urge anyone who loves historical romance to pick this up. The heroine is a character you can really grab onto. Charity is so full of life, you find yourself smiling. The hero is of course dark and brooding, but he literally melts with Charity. The story is witting and engaging. A must read!!!
Historical romance. Funny and witty.
A fun read, the characters are interesting, particularly the "hero" He is very believable.
This book really does engage the emotions