Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Judith McNaught is the #1 New York Times bestselling author who first soared to stardom with her stunning bestseller. The complete series list for – Westmoreland Dynasty Judith McNaught. Series reading order, cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history. Reading order of Westmoreland Saga. A series of 7 books by Judith McNaught, Jude Deveraux, Arnette Lamb, Jill Barnett.
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I kept having to remind myself that Jenny is only a 17 year-old sheltered girl but still, with that age and her attitude Die fighting like a warrior. View all 75 comments.
She accepted the glass rather than make a scene, then she ducked mcnaugnt his arm, walked quickly past the others, and hurried toward her destination, the drink forgotten in her hand. How is it possible that it keeps getting better?! That would be Jenny.
There’s a reason historical romance reigns ahead on my favorite genre list and A Kingdom of Dreams is the perfect example! I read this book many years ago, and I had this on my list to re read, and since my library didn’t have it any longer, I decided I would need to buy it and well worth it in the end!! It was amazing, extremely poignant, and very powerful.
An impossible union that may destroy them, or bring peace to all. He also has a tender and sexy side, which few apart from Jenny see.
This story can best be summarized with two words: I don’t know why, I don’t know how, but I ended up loving this book! And, I get that she ran away from him. The things they say about you, the things they say you’ve done – they aren’t true.
Also a pat on the back for me since I found this gem at Half-priced books. There are villains on both sides and a lot of animonsity which I found accurate.
The Westmoreland Dynasty Saga
This historical romance sure didn’t feel historical to me. View all 19 comments. It won’t happen again. With the instincts of a bloodhound, her mother turned and looked straight in Julianna’s direction.
View all 21 comments. Retrieved from ” https: But then he had this softer side, that showed his true feelings of remorse and tenderness. He admits his faults and is willing to do what weshmoreland must to be a better man. Royce is English and Jennifer is a Scot.
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Royce on the other hand is easier to like, in spite of some violent acts. It westmireland enough to publicly scorn Royce as a murderer but you have to cut him at the knees too in front of 2 countries because you think it’s your duty?
So the other night, I was having a little trouble sleeping and my ipad was downstairs… so I picked up this book.
Considering how women were treated back then, it was like she won the lottery or something. She is torn between this, and her love of Royce, the ‘enemy’ Englishman. One of my favorite go-to-comfort-inspiring reads! To be fair, the two authors have very different writing styles: This is historical romance at its finest. And know that when she bids you, I have bidden you; what service you render her, you are rendering me; what loyalty you give or withhold from her, you give or withhold from me.
Jun 30, Jan rated it mfnaught liked hudith Shelves: What makes this one even more special is the unique to me time period. Westmoreland Saga 4 books. The story naturally ends with HEA, when all difficulties are resolved and a baby is born. It was so well written, I felt so many emotions in those moments, it was tangible vivid and real to me! This is my 4 time reading it in fact.
Yet she draws a knife on him in vengeance? Royce Westmoreland, The Duke of Claymore, a. This story was exactly Thanks Ash for the recommendation or I wouldn’t have read it otherwise and that would be a shame!
Besides family drama on the side of the hero, there is the background of cruelty Jennifer faced and why she ended up in this situation in the first place. Your eyelashes remind me of sooty brooms. You are one of them. Rather than walk in front of their line of vision, thus putting herself in plain view of her mother, she decided it was wiser to go around behind them.