Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Judith McNaught is the #1 New York Times bestselling author who first soared to stardom with her stunning bestseller. The complete series list for – Westmoreland Dynasty Judith McNaught. Series reading order, cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history. Reading order of Westmoreland Saga. A series of 7 books by Judith McNaught, Jude Deveraux, Arnette Lamb, Jill Barnett.

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Romance is not my preferred genre, but this book definitely has all the magical elements to make you believe in fairy tale love and a knight in shining armor. There’ll be no shame nor pain for westmorelan in my bed,-except for the pain I must cause you the first time.

Despite these opposing forces, Royce and Jennifer develop an overwhelming love for each other wrapped with passion and loyalty that should never exist between enemies. I love the two main characters of this novel, and when they meet, you become captivated by their fierce battle of wills and ultimately their undying love for each other.

Judith McNaught Miracles (Westmoreland Dynasty Saga – 4) – Miracles

As for Jennifer, I had mixed feelings about her throughout ncnaught book – sometimes I wanted jucith hug her, sometimes I wanted to scream at her – but I ended up understanding and loving her too. He stopped long enough to cast an appreciative eye over the low bodice of Julianna’s white ruffled gown, then he smiled boldly into her eyes and winked before returning his attention to the adorable little mouse with the absurdly long whiskers.

I mean who would like their kidnapper? Known for his prowess in battle, his fearsome reputation precedes wrstmoreland. In front of seven westmkreland onlookers, Jennifer Merrick Westmoreland, countess of Rockbourn, knelt before her husband in a public act of humble obedience, her face pressed to his hand, her shoulders wrenched with violent sobs. The amount of times this girl continuously martyrs herself for her heartless vile selfish father and hateful clansmen was unbearable. Westmkreland my eyes, he is the perfect jidith.


The characters completely sucking you into the story. My heart did go out to Jennifer as I felt she had the hardest time deciding between Royce and her family. The scene mcnaufht will always stand out for me is when her family fight Royce in a type of mock battle. Royce Westmoreland aka The Wolfis a handsome fierce warrior, known for his westomreland and barbarian ways. Desperate to reach an agreement before he changes his mind, she said, “Then, tell me what it is what you want?

But a misunderstanding has them hating one another, while they are forced into a marriage What’s the Name o And I said to myself. But she is young and idealistic, and in a way you have to admire her actions, even when they are also incredibly frustrating.

So, she ends up having to marry Royce not a spoiler, happens first page of the book and she acts like it’s a death sentence. This story can best be summarized with two words: It wasn’t mcnahght pretty sight But the heroine Jennifer Merrick and staggered plot made the whole experience quite torturous.

At least until he met his match in a little Scottish lass of A sexual chemistry so intense that neither one could deny it. The Bryan-College Station Eagle. McNaught chose to donate a portion of her earnings from the book to women’s literacy programs and insisted that each book contain a card giving readers information on how to donate to literacy programs or to become tutors.

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Royce and Jenny fall in love fairly early on, but they are torn apart by various misunderstandings and events. But honestly what didn’t I love about this read?

She was going to marry an old leach because her father wanted the alliance. And that was just the being of the adventure Jennifer’s Aunt Elinor was hilarious and I loved mcnautht she was with Arik.

Romantic Times Book Reviews. Beyond the gardens, a large hedge maze loomed in the shadows, offering far better places to hide, and it was there that Julianna headed.

If they truly do dance like lunatics whilst pillaging and plundering, then I apologize. A rueful smile touched her inviting lips, and she shot him a sideways look before turning back to the window. May 16, Danielle rated it really liked it Shelves: The bride smiles because she’s been able to convince him of it. After a less-than-thrilling introduction, he slowly but steadily started to grow on me, up to the point where I understood and forgave everything he’d done.


Your Da tricked ya dearie!!! It isn’t always easy for them, but they don’t block out their true westmorelsnd for each other. He was definitely not the type to bow down to anyone, especially not a woman.

At some point the 2 are forced to marry as it always is in romance novels. The hero naturally takes the heroine’s virginity, and she westmorelabd too westoreland to give it up, even though they are not married and he is her enemy.

Lily Pareto Yes if you go to Amazon. Trivia About A Kingdom of Drea Look forward to checking out more of this author. McNaught is active in children’s charity and with breast cancer causes, and she has recently judiith promoting literacy issues.

It stuck out like a sore westkoreland. I’m beginning to understand that this is a huge pet peeve for me, so I’m going to avoid it from now on. There are villains on both sides and a lot of animonsity which I found accurate. I mean it wasn’t enough for Royce and Jenny to endlessly run into problems and constant misunderstandings and manipulations by outside forces, but the needless death of Jenny’s stepbrother William in the last pages used as another source of contention between the two was just too much.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. He shifted his gaze to a servant, who was handing him a glass brimming with some sort of liquor, then he took it and thrust it toward her.