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p hanley posts on 3/26/2007 4:54:23 PM am looking for a JM book with a character of Noah Maitland. character was mentioned in Someone to Watch Over Me. Anyone aware of such a title?
Fia posts on 3/24/2007 5:44:32 PM Ive been a reader since i learnt how to read. i read perfect and have fallen in love with it.it is,by far,the best book ive laid my hands on. it made me laugh and cry,which has never happened to me before after reading a book. i think i have fallen in love with Zack Benedict.... A MUST READ....
Jan McKenzie posts on 1/6/2007 2:20:01 AM Dear Judith, I love your Historical Romances the best and would love you to do another series - perhaps the next generation on. I enjoyed your modern books as well but not nearly as much as the others. I found some of the modern ones a bit long. You are absolutely my favourite author and I also have read your books over and over again.



Cynthia posts on 12/28/2006 1:09:12 AM I've read all of Judith McNaught's historicals and the are wonderful...They are the only books I will not let go of, I read them over and over and over.
Camille posts on 12/20/2006 4:02:47 AM What happened to Water's Edge again? Someone please fill me in on that... And also, i'm dying to know when her next novel is coming out. After Every Breath You take, what's next? I'm in a depressed mood right now as i've read and reread every single JM book out there and I am on tenterhooks waiting for her next novel to come out. I miss the characters in her books. I feel as if i know them but of course I don't. Judith McNaught is incomparable!
Mickey posts on 10/23/2006 1:03:04 PM Sophie, You will find that anytime you pick up one of JM's books, you will be forced to read it in one sitting. No one can put them down. You will also find that anytime you read her books you will fall in love. That's what makes her so unique. Her characters are not just endearing, you fall in love. Mickey
sophie posts on 10/15/2006 7:24:42 PM im very selective over the romance novels i read and i have to say that jm's perfect has become my number 1. i simply loved it! rather than being a typical "opposites attract" couple, i could see why and how zach and julie fell in love. before i used to be skeptical about how people could fall in love so quickly but now im convinced it can happen! it was one of the sweetest and most captivating stories i've ever read, making me laugh and cry all the way to 5 am (i read it in one sitting - i couldnt put it down!) perfect is a wonderful read!
posts on 10/11/2006 2:38:51 PM Kathryn, if you'll scroll down another Laura explains the absence of that book which was publicized but not finished. A shame but something any of us could understand and sympathize with. Just glad she's back
posts on 10/10/2006 5:15:09 PM have just finished reading paradise for the second time and noticed an advert for a new book on the back page. it is titled 'Water's edge' but I can't seem to find any recognition of it. I have read all her books to date including 'every breath you take' and am desperate for a new one as I can't seem to find an author to match her.
posts on 10/10/2006 12:53:26 PM Hey JM fans, I was in JM'S website last nite and decided to check out their discussion board to see if anything interesting was being said. It seems that she really listened to what her fans had to say about EBYT. Apparently, fans felt the ending was too rushed and not neatly tied up enough. So, she went back and revised it. The Special Edition is Now available in a paperback that was just released. It is my understanding the revisions start from chapter 44. The feedback was unbelievable, with many saying it was just as good if not better than Perfect and Paradise. I hate to pay $7.99 for a paperback however, I doubt it will be in used stores yet and I'm not sure I can wait. Has anyone else read it yet?
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