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Author Name: Judith McNaught

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Night Whispers
 -by Judith McNaught

Dedicated policewoman Sloan Reynolds is thrust into a world of privilege inhabited by her estranged socialite father, whom she ... Read More

   
Double Standards
 -by Judith McNaught
In the exclusive, glittering world of business superstars, Nick Sinlair was a legend... The ruggedly handsome president of Global ... Read More

   
A Holiday of Love
 -by Judith McNaught
A romance anthology includes four holiday short stories that feature the historical and contemporary works of Judith McNaught, Jud... Read More

   
Almost Heaven
 -by Judith McNaught
No beauty in England could outshine Elizabeth Cameron, Countess of Havenhurst. But beneath her exquisite emerald eyes and cloud of... Read More

   
A Kingdom of Dreams
 -by Judith McNaught

Jennifer Merrick is a feisty Scottish Countess in the 15th century. She is abducted from her convent school by Royce Westmorela... Read More

   
Once and Always
 -by Judith McNaught

It was a marriage neither of them wanted. She was orphaned, bewildered, and newly arrived from America to claim her rightful pl... Read More

   
Someone to Watch over Me
 -by Judith McNaught

Leigh Kendall revelled in her Broadway acting career, and her marriage to Logan Manning, scion of an old New York Family. When ... Read More

   
Remember When
 -by Judith McNaught

When multinational tycoon Cole Harrison approached her on a moonlit balcony at the White Orchid Charity Ball, Diana Foster had ... Read More

   
Whitney, My Love
 -by Judith McNaught

Never Before Had a Woman Captured Him Body and Soul! Never Would She Surrender To a Man Who Bought Her Love!
Under the d... Read More



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Javier Moro is a writer and journalist. His most recent novel, Passion India has been widely acclaimed by critics and readers alike and with more than Read More...

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