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Complete order of Judith McNaught books in Publication Order and Chronological Order. About Judith McNaught. Judith McNaught is the New York Times bestselling author who first soared to . Paradise (The Paradise series Book 1) Nov 1, About Judith McNaught. Judith McNaught is the New York Times bestselling author who first soared to Paradise (The Paradise series Book 1) Nov 1,
I liked some of her CRs too, at the time. Sweet, virginal but feisty hs, hot, manly, alpha Hs. I loved them all. So good.
All we could download were the print books.
And you know me and many of us. And our time is finally here!! All those yummy historical romances.
You have to feature. Some of the sweetest HRs ever. I bought the whole series of all the books she wrote.
But where to start? Judith McNaught is what started my love for romance books over 20 years ago. Its really super good.
But completely different story. Whitney, My Love captured the elements of the traditional Regency romance, but its long length, sensuality, and emotional intensity were more often associated with the traditional historical romances, which were rarely set during the Regency period. Despite the many years it took to sell the story, it was very successful, and its success influenced other editors to solicit manuscripts written in the same style.
By , however, the genre had exploded, and over 50 new historical romances were being published each month, many of them full-length historicals set in the Regency period like McNaught's. Despite her years of success in the historical romance genre, in McNaught switched genres to write contemporary romances, hopeful that she would have a better opportunity to distinguish her work in a less-saturated market. As her career has continued to mature, McNaught has gradually introduced elements of suspense into her writing.
Instead of the common bodice-ripping cover, McNaught wished her books to be packaged with "classy" covers. Appalled at the discovery that one in five women was functionally illiterate, McNaught offered to rewrite her almost-completed manuscript, Perfect to insert the literacy theme.
The plot of the novel is set in England, United Kingdom during the time of the year In the opening sequence of the plot of the novel, Jennifer Merrick is introduced as a beautiful and headstrong Scottish girl. She gets abducted by Royce Westmoreland from her convent school, but does not wish to surrender to him. Royce Westmoreland is introduced as the Duke of Claymore, who wants Jennifer to surrender herself easily, but she refuses to do so. But, despite being held a captive by him, Jennifer feels proud of herself in not accepting his terms as she thinks that she has nothing to do with him.
However, the handsome and the rogue English warrior keeps taunting her with his fierce arrogance. Jennifer keeps challenging the will of Royce boldly until one night when he embraces her with his love and awakens an irresistible hunger in her.
After that, Jennifer finds herself in a bewildering web of a dangerous trap of seduction, passion, loyalty, pride, and an overwhelming love. The second novel of the series was published in the year by the Pocket Books publishing house.
The plot of the novel is set in London, England, United Kingdom and Paris, France during the time of the years and In the opening sequence of the plot of the novel, Clayton Westmoreland is introduced as the Duke of Claymore.
Also, Whitney Stone is described by the author as a ravishingly beautiful and sensual woman, after growing up from a saucy hoyden. She goes to witness triumph in the Paris Society and being still fresh with her win, Whitney returns to England with the intention of winning the heart of her childhood love, Paul.
However, her bankrupt father bargains her to the handsome but arrogant duke, Clayton Westmoreland. Whitney becomes very much outraged after learning about her miserable fate and decides to defy her new lord. Clayton keeps on trying to seduce her with his smoldering passion and wishes to gather her in his strong storm of desire.
But, Whitney does not wish to relinquish his dream of a perfect love at any cost. The novel serves as a timeless best seller in all the senses. The readers found it to be rich with laughter and tears. It also has the power of dreams that tempted many readers to turn towards it again and again in order to savor its majesty and beauty.
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