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posts on 6/18/2006 7:31:49 PM Hi! I've started reading JM's books since high school for our term papers and all those stuff and thought I might not be able to read more of her works again, but after I got hold of Whitney, My Love, I got instantly hooked! I couldn't wait until I got hold of the sequel, Until You, and I could almost remember how I felt each time I read the lines and how the main characters were simultaneously being drawn closer to each other and then torn apart by constantly drifting and shifting emotions and circumstances! I hope to read the rest of her collection very soon, since I stopped reading when I got to college. Judith, you are such a gifted writer, though not a lot of people might be able to relate to your stories unless they are hopeless romantics like myself! More power to you and to your devout readers! -Charlie8937
posts on 6/15/2006 11:50:30 AM I have been looking for Water's Edge and found out that it was never written. Instead she wrote Someone to Watch Over Me. Apparently, she lost her husband around that time and didn't write the book as intended, but took the accident "plot" and used the idea in Someone To Watch Over Me. If someone really has Water's Edge, which was a medevial(sp?) story, I would like to read it, that's for sure. Paula
posts on 6/14/2006 5:49:22 AM how come my name wasn't acknowledge in this book's review when i was the one who did this review?

posts on 6/12/2006 1:43:42 AM Hai, I'm a new reader of JM's books. I've discovered JM's book when I picked up Until You. She has the most wonderful way of telling a story. One of the characters that I fell in love with in Until You is Nicolas DuVille. However, I'm a bit dissapointed to learn that Nicolas's story is rather a short one. I really hope JM will rewrite or enhance Nicolas's story as she has done with Whitney. Allecya Pooven
posts on 5/25/2006 6:33:19 AM Water's Edge has been shelfed and was rather replaced by Someone to Watch Over Me. According to JM, the original concept of Water's Edge was a time-travel theme but it got split into two instead and what came out was STWOM.
posts on 5/24/2006 4:56:05 PM Will this book ever be finished/published? I read an exerpt at the end of one of Mrs. McNaught's other books but book was never published. This was before the death of her husband and close friend. Is this book permanently shelved? It really caught my interest. Thank you.
posts on 4/21/2006 11:33:14 AM I looked for "Water's Edge" for two years. Please finish it!! I was hooked, then you stopped.
posts on 4/21/2006 4:20:44 AM I am Ching from Malaysia. Reading this book after 2003 released. Feel good of it like before. Hope Judith would write more of books like Paradise, Perfect and so on.. Ching2
posts on 4/21/2006 4:08:19 AM I would have to say that i have read and re-read Judith McNaughts books too. Would have to say my favourites are Perfect and Paradise
posts on 4/12/2006 4:48:52 PM Loved this book...but would love to have a book about Rafe.
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