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).
Touched my heart
Love love love and love, l couldn’t stop reading it and rereading it and rereading, not sure why it touched a special place in my heart
Thank you very much for the lovely novel.... for the smart characters for all the people in the novel the heroine Whitney and her strength
Plan to buy the other novels of the series
Loved it triple much
Rants and spoilers ahead
I’m mortified to say a friend recommended this book to me. My first extreme disturbance happened at the foreword where McNaught very nonchalantly and unnecessarily mentioned that she had named her main characters after her two children. I couldn’t no matter how much I tried—and boy did I try—to shake off and get past the feeling that she’s using her children’s names to describe people who would eventually have violent sex. Speaking of violence, I don’t understand how or why anyone would find Clayton’s predatory behavior okay let alone romantic!! This character is as if modeled after a psychopath! Yes, I understand there are certain “aggressive” tendencies that make for hot romance but not in this case. He is a predator and a stalker. There’s no two ways about it. And that first kissing scene had my skin crawling with the rape-y undertone. Actually now that I think about it, EVERY male in this book is a sex offender save for uncle Edward.
The only reason I kept on reading this book was because I paid for it but even my own spent money can’t get me to finish it. Dropped right after the first kissing scene.
Extremely disappointing and not worth you dollar.
Does not age well
I understand this was her first but I cannot stomach the way violent sex is approached and explained away. Her other books a better.