Judith McNaught Message Board

posts on 9/22/2006 3:56:06 PM Anyone know what book(s) Mrs. McNaught is currently working on and when they will be out. To my knowledge, Someone to Watch over Me was her latest book. Thanks.
posts on 9/21/2006 3:24:27 PM Actually kingdom of dreams would be the first to read if you wanted to go in an order. Then i think whitney my love, untill, you, paradise, perfect etc...Have fun reading them all.
posts on 9/18/2006 2:08:41 PM I was wondering if anyone knew the order of her titles. I started reading A Kingdom of Dreams, about chapter 14 I got on her website to see what other books she has written and it states that there are several. I really do not want to continue with A Kingdom if there are others that are before it? Thanks

posts on 8/27/2006 9:13:39 PM Sheila I too, love the historicals the best and in pretty much the order you stated. In Kingdom of Dreams it never fails to make me cry at the joust between her family and him and what her actions of loyalty were. I don't want to ruin it for someone who has not read it. I think I need to read it again, it's been a while.
posts on 8/27/2006 3:06:04 PM My friend recommended JM to me exactly two weeks before today. I now owe that friend my undying loyalty. I have yet to find another author who can come close to JM's style. I like Mary Balogh as well, but they're different in their own rights. Of her historical novels, my favorite from most to not-so-most (I can never say 'least' with Judith): A Kingdom of Dreams; Whitney, My Love; Until You; Almost Heaven; Once and Always; Something Wonderful. The contemporaries: Perfect; Someone to Watch over Me; Paradise; Double Standards; Remember When; Night Whispers; Tender Triumph. I still have to get my hands on the rest.
posts on 8/15/2006 9:22:44 AM Judith McNaught has already written a book about Nicholas Du Ville. It's name is "Simple Gifts" and it has four stories, two of them of Judith McNaught and the other two are written by Jude Devereaux. Nevertheless the story of Nicholas is not as long as I would like but if you want to know about him it's your only option.
posts on 7/19/2006 6:34:05 AM nicki duville has been mentioned in two of judith mcnaughts books and i liked him as much as the main characters. i wish judith mcnaught would write a book on him.
posts on 7/13/2006 11:25:35 AM Judith McNaught is the best. I am always delighted when I find on of her books. And I keep rereading the books I already have. But also nice to read (even though less): Johanne Lindsey Stephanie Laurens Kathleen (E) Woodiwiss Amanda Quick Shannon Drake Shirlee Busbee Joan Garwood Jill Mansell I have got some more names on my list. But I am ashamed to say I can't remember the names correctly
posts on 7/7/2006 12:04:55 PM Waters Edge was never published. Ms. McNaught lost her husband and friend at that time and did not write the book. She later took the wreck scene and rewrote to Someone to Watch Over Me. I searched and searched for that book and finally discovered what happened. Wish she would go ahead and write it now, but I don't think she is going to.
posts on 7/5/2006 4:24:49 PM I am an avid reader,and in my opinion, JM is the very best!I just wish she would write more!I have read each of her books over & over and would love to have more! Any suggestions on authors that compare to her??
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