Saturday, July 23, 2011
Review - Suddenly by Candace Camp
Of course, Simon accapts but only after he has been thoroughly talked into it by Charity. Their courtship seems innocent enough. They are fiercely attracted to one another and want to wed quickly. Simon manages to convince Charity's mother to have the wedding in six months rather than the traditional twelve. All seems to be going well - until Simon is accused of murder. And all of the circumstantial evidence points to Simon indeed being a murderer.
Camp's tale of passion and murder in Regency London is splendidly told and filled with love. I really enjoyed this book. Even though a bit of the plot was obvious from the beginning I still enjoyed the unfolding of the story. Simon and Charity as a couple were delightful to read about. If you like a bit of mystery thrown into your love story - this book is a great choice.