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I thought it was well written and kept my interest from the beginning to the end. It proves if a lady wants something bad enough no one will keep it from her.Published 27 days ago by William T. Roach
Candace Camp continues her Matchmakers stories with The Wedding Challenge. A good tale of two people who go through lots of challenges before they can get together. Read morePublished 7 months ago by K. Nolting
Ms. Camp knows how to write a plot that draws the reader in and keeps you reading. I could not stop readingPublished 8 months ago by Cindy Gardner
It is well written with ups and downs of a romance. An excellent read! I want to read Francesca and Sinclair's story next.Published 8 months ago by Julie Law
Find her writing style to be in the range of julie garwood and nora roberts. would recomend this author to my friends. have not read a bad book from her yet.Published 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
Loved this book as much as the first two. A fourth would have been very interesting, but i don't think she wrote one. I will have to check.Published 13 months ago by Renee Shultz
I picked up Ms Camps' book on a whim never having read one of her novels before. It held me spell bound from the first page to the last. I absolutely loved it. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Felicity Smith
love the characters. Delicious and exciting romance. It's the sort of book I love to read, can't put it down until I finished reading it.
I became a fan of Candace Camp read the first book in this wonderful serie 'Matchamakers' ... how Candace redeem the Regency period and described her loves and make us dream. Read morePublished on May 27, 2012 by Cinthia