Tuesday, February 21, 2006


Read ALMOST HEAVEN...loved it..have become Judith McNaught's #1 Fan and must now purchase all of her books.

Many of you know how much I hate dumb heroines and especially how much I hate whipped heroes...well, this book has neither. Actually, the hero gives the heroine a hard time after she tries to run away from him...it's incredible. I was giddy and happy and wondering why I had to wait so long to read about a heroine getting her comeuppance.

I loved the characters, the story, everything. This will not be my last McNaught and I look forward to filing for bankruptcy this year to take care of my romance novel addiction.


Avid Reader said...

I am so glad you loved it! Hands down, my absolute favorite title by her. I also enjoyed Kingdom of Dreams, Paradise and Perfect. I loved Ian and the scene I remembered to this day was when she made Ian coffee. That was funny. So glad you enjoyed it.


Isabel said...

I finished Almost Heaven also. I also enjoyed it. But I like Something Wonderful a little bit more. I just couldn't believe she ran off.

A Kingdom of Dream... ugh, I didn't like that one. Jenny just bugged the hell out of me, but I loved Royce.

Holly said...

Once and Always is another must read! But really, having issues with stupid a$$ heroines and dumb as life heroes, I'd steer clear of AKOD and Whitney, My Love if I were you. I've never been so disappointed! UGH!

Although, you may want to read them just to see for yourself. LOL

I'm so glad you enjoyed AH. Ian is one of my favorite heroes of all time! And Elizabeth is one of the few historical romance heroines that I actually liked.

i can't wait to hear what you think of the rest.

Dylan said...

I'm so glad you enjoyed AH, it's such a great book, one big fat emotional rollercoaster and I couldn't be happier with it either! Ian is such a stud! Can't wait to read your reaction to the rest of the books!

O&A is a definite must read!

Kristie (J) said...

I'm waiting too to see what you think of Once and Always.

Grace said...

I'm so glad you enjoyed AH! It's definitely on my keepers shelf. Isn't Ian Thornton dreamy? *sigh* LOVE HIM! Other favourites of mine by JM are Paradise and Perfect (contemps)..Matt Farrell (from paradise) is my all time favourite JM hero. But if you're feeling for more historical reads, I'd suggest reading O&A.

Can't wait to hear your thoughts on the rest of JM's books! :D