Johanna Lindsey Message Board
posts on 10/4/2006 1:37:00 PM
Rose, thanks for setting the record straight. Kez, the new book is really not bad. I admit it isn't as good as the original Malory books, however, it is a Malory book. You get to revisit with the characters you know and love and have a new adventure. Drews character is off though. He seems a little more like the old Warren. All in all, When Lindsey writes an OK book, it is still ten times more enjoyable than most books out there.
posts on 10/4/2006 9:46:03 AM
thanks for all the feedback on the new book, I hope it better than it sounds- i will have to wait a while longer, i dont think it has been released in south Africa yet!! but i am a loyal of the Malorys so will definitly get ASAP.
posts on 10/3/2006 9:23:57 PM
Lillian, Passion’s Rapture was released first. Then Lindsey released "Love Only Once" three years later. The name James Malory/ Mallory is used for a secondary character in both books. Beloved Scoundrel (I think mid 80‘s )by Neri about her James Mallory was released before Gentle Rogue.
Mickey Pattison; Penelope Neri’s story about “James” takes place during a different time then Lindsey’s “Malory Series.” Also the Physical description of Neri’s “James” was different if I remember right. They are in no way interconnected. They are two separate story lines. The similarities between “James & George” and “ James & Christina”; ends with both heroines dressed like boys and both heroes being pirates named James Malory/ Mallory. Since the overall story lines for the two books are different it would be really hard to prove any such thing as copyright infringement. Though to be honest I highly doubt any such thing occurred.
posts on 10/3/2006 1:16:22 PM
Does anyone know what Johanna Lindseys next novel will be about?
posts on 10/3/2006 1:11:41 PM
Are all of you saying that the Mallory saga was basically pirated? I'm confused? This isn't copy right infringement??? What about all the hoopla with The DaVinci Code?
posts on 9/26/2006 11:10:07 PM
I just let everyone know that you can pick up almost any Lindsey book at the Library. I read her newest one in hardcover from there the first week it came out!
posts on 9/26/2006 8:46:07 PM
I really enjoy most anything Johanna Lindsey writers, but most of all the Malory family. I can't wait to buy the latest installment, in softcover, next April.
I always hoped that George's five brothers would get their own storylines and it looks like Drew is the first. I look foward to more possible stories on the Anderson brothers.
posts on 9/26/2006 12:28:53 PM
I love to listen to Lindsey's books on CD, but she only has a certain few. Will she be adding any new books to her list of books on CD's?
posts on 9/25/2006 6:29:14 PM
So which author was the first to write about James Malory/Mallory?
posts on 9/17/2006 3:27:01 PM
Passion's Rapture is the prequel to Beloved Scoundrel James Mallory (with 2 L's) is the hero in Beloved Scoundrel. It is a different character then James Malory (1 L) in Lindsey's Malory series. different various time periods are used in Neri's books. Also Gentle Rougue with James Malory was released 3-5 years after Neri's book. The heroine in both books pretends to be a boy & James sees through the desguise in both cases though.
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