Young English Girl Sets Out to find a New Life and Love

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Author Lee Carson pens a novel about an innocent and romantic woman finding her own way

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Being an only child, Camilla King found her parents quite controlling, and she felt stifled by this, which is why she decided to move to Canada. A romantic at heart, she longs for her prince charming to come and sweep her off her feet. Perhaps she will find him in this new country...

Camilla is a captivating romance novel by author Lee Carson. In 1950, Camilla King comes to Vancouver, Canada, after answering an ad in the newspaper about a young woman Pamela, looking for a roommate. She makes a fresh start in Canada filled with dreams especially about finding love. She joins a tennis club and meets two men, Victor Strachan and Jim Blair. With his blond good looks and laughing blue eyes, Victor is a charmer and can get practically any girl he wants—and his latest target is Camilla. Victor then makes a bet with Jim that he would date and bed her in three weeks.

Camilla has an air of innocence and vulnerability blended with an earthy appeal of sexuality—a fascinating mix that Victor can’t help but be drawn to this unspoiled English rose. He sets his seduction plan in motion, wooing her with sweet words and kindness. Camilla falls hard and finally succumbs to passion. But what will happen when she finds out about the bet? Readers can find out as they follow the story of Camilla in this riveting romance.

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About the Author
Lee Carson is a published author, and Camilla is her second published book. She lives in Canada, where she is continuing her vocation as a full-time writer, composing more novels for people to read and appreciate.

Camilla * by Lee Carson
Publication Date: February 9, 2011
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 229 pages; 978-1-4535-8505-4
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 229 pages; 978-1-4535-8506-1
eBook; $9.99; 978-1-4535-8507-8

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