Regarded as one of the most beloved writers of all time in popular fiction, Judith McNaught is the author of fourteen novels and two short stories, with more than 30 million copies in print. The last nine of her novels have been … Read More about BEST-SELLING AUTHOR JUDITH MCNAUGHT
One of the things I’m loving most about the new Kindle releases are the personal letters from Judith at the front of each one. (See? I told you people she was alive…Honestly…)
Many moons ago, we were told that JM was working on a trilogy, and that one of the books would feature a modern-day Clayton Westmoreland. (Is he a duke? I really feel he should be, but that is neither here nor there.) The trilogy was also set to feature, for the first time, a Westmoreland heroine! (And there was much rejoicing!) What we did NOT know was who the remaining book would feature. With the release of the Kindle version of A KINGDOM OF DREAMS that question may have just been answered.
In the introduction letter, Judith revealed the following about her work-in-progress:
My newest book is about Jonas Westmoreland, a legendary all-American quarterback whose public life is turned upside down by a quirky veterinary student who inadvertently climbs into bed with him in his Las Vegas hotel. When Jonas attempts to eject her into the hallway, his efforts are observed by a hotel guest with a cell phone camera, and his entire career is jeopardized. It’s a drastic problem requiring a drastic solution….
Ahhhhhhhh! Is it just me, or does that premise sound like SO much fun to read?!?!?! Personally, I’m as excited as a fifteen year old Whitney Stone after winning a smile from Paul Sevarin. Ah, the potential for angst and forced togetherness positively has my toes tingling. Again, if I were a fairy, glitter would be shooting out of my wings right now.
But what do YOU ALL think?? Let me know!
Judith McNaught is in a class by herself.
Judith McNaught comes close to an Edith Wharton edge.
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The ultimate love story, one you can dream about forever.
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