Let New York Times bestselling author Judith McNaught who “is in a class by herself” (USA TODAY) sweep you off your feet and into another time with her sensual, passionate, and spellbinding historical romance classics, featuring her “unique magic” (RT Book Reviews)—now available for the first time on ebook.
A saucy spitfire who has grown into a ravishing young woman, Whitney Stone returns from her triumphant time in Paris society to England. She plans on marrying her childhood sweetheart, only to discover she has been bargained away by her bankrupt father to the arrogant and alluring Clayton Westmoreland, the Duke of Claymore. Outraged, she defies her new lord. But even as his smoldering passion seduces her into a gathering storm of desire, Whitney cannot—will not—relinquish her dream of perfect love. Rich with emotion, brimming with laughter and tears, Whitney, My Love is “the ultimate love story, one you can dream about forever” (RT Book Reviews).
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Judith has an amazing ability to tell a beautiful story without losing the reader. There is just enough of everything in the wonderful story.
I love Judith McNaught. I love the way she writes, I love the language she uses, and I especially love her historical romances. I’ve been rereading her novels and decided to read the Westmoreland series in order. Kingdom of Dreams is fantastic...Whitney, My Love had me wanting to tear my hair out at some points and I actually cheered out loud when Whitney left Claymore at one point. There is severe miscommunication, things that could easily be resolved with a short conversation that never happens. This leads to Clayton raping her...yes raping her at one point, and she takes him back, only for him to make a another dumb assumption and abandon her while she is pregnant. For me, I’m fine with a dominant hero...but punishing a woman with sex (when she doesn’t understand what is happening) and stealing her virginity all because of a simple miscommunication left me cringing. The story is long and it’s a rollercoaster. And there should be a trigger warning. Two stars for Judith’s writing...but that’s about it.
Whitney, My Love
I've waited decades for the digital version of this book. It has been my all-time favorite romance novel since it was published in 1985. It's one of the longest romances I've ever read and I wish it was even longer.