Jude Deveraux Message Board
Hoyden Callaway posts on 10/4/2014 2:05:32 PM
Ms deveraux I have been reading your books for years since the 90s actually and I can't express how much I love them I have read each about 20 times and they never get old for me I get pulled into them every time feel what you have characters feel and for that I say thank you for a wonderful story! I am from NM live here in cruces been to Santa fe went to school in Vegas and hope one day you will return to nm so all of us that read your work can say thank you :) hoyden
Emily posts on 6/24/2014 12:48:38 AM
I have just read Twin of Ice and Twin of Fire. Does anyone know if there is a book about Edan Nyland and Jean Taggarts relationship?
Rizza posts on 9/16/2010 8:59:03 PM
Does anyone know if she'll be doing any book signings or meet & greets? I'd love to see her in person.
Beverly Shelton posts on 9/15/2010 10:22:33 PM
I have read every book but until tonight I did not know my favorite author was a fellow Kentuckian
Kathy posts on 6/29/2010 2:17:56 PM
I have a mint condition Deluxe Edition of Velvet Angel. This Deluxe Edition, published in 1984, is hardback pink velvet and comes in a pink velvet box with cover art on the box. IT IS AUTOGRAPHED. It is new/never read (read the paperback!) so it is in perfect condition. No dog ears, scratches, etc. Will send picture on request. $35 plus shipping.
Rizza posts on 1/4/2010 2:45:44 PM
While I read this book, I also did feel a sense of dejavu. But I chalk it up to the fact that nothing is ever really new & everything is always recycled. But if you do ever find out why the story is so familiar, please let me know. :)
Darlene posts on 1/3/2010 11:38:30 AM
I have just started reading Lavander Morning and even though I like it, I feel as though I have read it before. The publish date is 2009. But the story is so familiar to me, am I going nuts? The fact that she refers to the step sisters as "The Steps" etc, I know I have read some of this before. Anyone else experiencing anything like this? Darlene
Helen Traill posts on 8/7/2009 9:46:00 PM
Jude Deveraux - Forever Trilogy.
I would like to write to Jude Deveraux very much and would like to know how to do this.
I am collecting her books and MUST read every one and everything she has written. I am reading some of them again even though I haven't been able to get my hands on all of them yet so I have quite a few that I have not read.
My main reason for writing to Jude is to thank her for her books, firstly, to say how much I love 'Holly' and have read it 3 times - I am in love with old houses and NICK.
My main reason for writing is to PLEAD with her to write more Darci and Adam Montgomery books. Darci is a wonderful character, could we please have more of her and it would be wonderful to find out what happened to Adam.
Jennifer posts on 1/14/2009 10:17:10 PM
I wrote a long response and it wouldn't post.
I'll skip to the point, Jude is amazing despite anything.
To Leanne: Her characters aren't perfect, it shows inner beauty. Also if you cared to notice the hero tends to think the girl is the most gorgeous despite reality. This shows a deep bond of love. Oh and the character's of the women usually aren't fat, they just have a femine body.
mandi posts on 1/9/2009 4:36:05 PM
Leanne posts on 1-9-09 that she thinks Jude is a bigot. I beg to differ. I've read every book she's wrote, and I think, in her book remembrance that she's trying to change it up a little. In majority of her books Jude writes about gorgeous, skinny girls. In remembrance the character is a fat girl. I don't think she's being a bigot and degrading us women. I think she's trying to relate to a lot of us women. I am a chubby girl and to finally read a story about a fat girl finding love is rewarding. Most men only want the tiny beautiful women. I love Jude and can't wait to read her new book coming out soon!!!!
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