Whitney, My Love
Book 2, The Westmoreland Dynasty Saga
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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).
A Great Story
I absolutely love this book. The characters and plot keep you entranced til the end. A must read!
I read this book in hard copy, along with many of her other books over 10, maybe 15 years ago. Since then I have read over 3000 books...and still consider this an all time favorite! It is long and their love story is often times frustrating, just like real life. The tolerant, yet dangerously passionate Clayton, is a man every woman dreams of. He laughs at her antics, but loves her fierce independent streak.
When I saw her books available on iTunes, I was like a kid at Christmas! I plan on reading them ALL again digitally. They make the short books today seem weak and watered-down. It could only be better if she came out with a new book with spicy love seems...I'm a grown up now and love the erotica!
Disapointing and Annoying.
I found this book to be repetitive and the characters immature and insecure. Though out the book I kept saying: "not again, really, come on, and have you learned nothing”. I didn’t even finish reading it after the last misunderstanding over her pregnancy. Because the book is so long, I waist practically a whole day.