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Here is my list of preferred HEAs for Sheridan. Herself, because who needs a man when you're that awesome. Rafe-he may have been perfect for her but we didn't see him when she was grown until the epilogue.

Nikki - liked him much better than the hero until his stunt at the end that was part of the hero's stunt. I will consider other JM titles because I really enjoyed her style, but I will carefully check out reviews before deciding.

EDIT: Considering my aversion to the way this ended and the hero, I thought 2 stars was more accurate. One star for the writing and one for the heroine.

View all 21 comments. I loved Sherry and how brave, honest and adventurous she is. Even if her romantic mind sometimes was a little OTP she still amazed me!

Stephen couldn't recognize his own mind and feelings even if they slapted him in the face. Such a pigheaded male He still broke my heart when view spoiler [he waited with the vicar all day for Sherry to return hide spoiler ].

I loved how Whitney and Clayton were portrayed in the book as a married couple and tried to "help" things View all 6 comments. Review in a few.

I had issues with this reread. View all 10 comments. I just can't find it in myself to rate well for any of it.

Whatever magic and wonderfulness began with the first Westmoreland has clearly diluted itself over the generations as all subsequent heroes are judgey, stupid, blindfully ignorant, weak-willed ironic considering how stubborn they are poopheads.

Where book two in the Westmoreland Dynasty Saga -- whatever this series is called -- was redeemed by Whitney's character, I found Sheridan just too perfect.

Her backstory is littered with eccentric but overwhelmingly impressive accomplishments and then with the loss of her memory for the majority of the book it's kind of like..

She could've been anyone. She literally became someone she wasn't, after all. I mean, I could've understood some of his broodiness over the circumstances with the first girl he loved, but it was taken way too far.

And you'd think he would've fucking learned something after watching his brother almost destroy his own happiness and..

I don't know. Give someone the benefit of the doubt? Not be a total ragemonster douchecanoe? Is my dislike for him coming across loud enough?

The problem, too, is McNaught gives these heroes moments of loveliness, sweetness, kindness. Brief moments but moments nonetheless.

And so it's extra annoying when she throws them into situations where they could be compassionate, understanding, human beings..

I'll admit to liking what I thought was the ending -- except that I'm irritated by the fact that we never hear these two actually confront the misunderstandings, I guess we just assume it's done off page or because of their simultaneous realizations with other people, that we don't need that closure between them?

And in the meantime I will wrap up this series by finishing the little novella that follows.. View all 12 comments.

Book one must have been a fluke of wonderfulness. Then book two broke me. Now book three felt like it was written by a different author in terms of writing style and yet the shitty hero and annoying heroine situation felt strangely reminiscent of my feelings over Whitney My Love.

This story was a case of tennis, I was the spectator looking back and forth between each shot, often rolling eyes and getting gen 1.

This story was a case of tennis, I was the spectator looking back and forth between each shot, often rolling eyes and getting generally more incredulous as the book progressed.

Everything that could go wrong, went wrong. If it was a Shakespearean farce, well then okay, but Shakespeare it was not.

Stephen was definitely similar in character to Clayton aka The Rat Bastard. He drove me demented with the games, pretense and frank stupidity.

There was a lot of insta-ness hanging around. I am resigning as reader of McNaught and hereby serve no notice. I liked this one but didn't love it.

I'm not sure exactly what didn't work for me in this romance, I'll have to think on this one and come back with a review.

Ok ladies here's another major hit from McNaught!!! As you all know she's one of my faves and I wasn't in the least bit disapointed in this one.

I just hate to love books like this one You know the kind where your on the edge of your seat just knowing that at any minute the book will take a turn for the worse or the best depending on how you look at it and the lives of the characters will never be the same?

Thats how "Until You" was. Sherry lost her memory and with that came the loss of her Ok ladies here's another major hit from McNaught!!!

Sherry lost her memory and with that came the loss of her idenity. Stephen mistook her for someone else and led her to believe she was the person he thought she was So settle down with the drink of your choice and enjoy this oh so yummy story, but start early It was okay but I don't really like it as much as other JM books.

I tried. But I find I'm just too sensitive a reader to truly enjoy anything else she's written. There always seems to be just one scene or more that takes the book I've been loving and truly enjoying and just flushing it all down the toilet.

Too far to be recovered. I really was loving this one. So in the end, I liked it, but I still feel too sad about what occurred to really recover enough to give it a really high rating.

While I LOVED the description of the heroine and her complete back story, there are some things that took away my enjoyment.

First, I'm not loving that in every JM book I've read the heroine has red hair. There are other hair colors. Also, in the past 2 books both heroines were somehow in close enough contact with Native Americans that they both learned to ride spirited horses and could pick up small objects off the ground while riding.

This is freaking cool, I loved it the first time, but please stop making all your heroines the same. Recycled details make the story way less enjoyable.

Now for the scene I am going to talk about it because if you are reading this, you might have a question if this is too much for you so I'm going to answer it.

I'll put it in a spoiler. Let me just say I was really loving the book for the most part until this moment So the meeting obviously doesn't go well because Stephen is furious and hurt and like a bag of pure boiling hatred for the heroine by this point.

The heroine talks to Stephen's sister who tells her he will be mean and horrible, but he loves her so she should go for it.

I knew this was going to be bad. It was bad. She makes this grand gesture for him, which he basically rebuffs.

Then he shows up in her room that night and takes her virginity she is willing because she thinks it will get her back. This wasn't even the horrible part because he seemed to be softening to her while they were together.

You know he still cares for her. However, when she wakes up in the morning he's sitting in a chair beside her bed and basically makes her an offer to be his whore.

He will pay for her house, her clothes, her everything and in return he will come have sex with her whenever he wants. Now for some maybe this wouldn't be a deal breaker, but like I said, I'm SO sensitive you guys.

I actually cried in this scene, and it still makes me cry to remember. I guess I'll give it to JM, she knows how to suck me and make me fall so deeply for her characters that when one of them does something so cruel it makes me literally sick.

I just can't take it. Not only is his offer repulsive, but the way it rips and slashes the heroines heart and soul I just couldn't get over it.

Then he goes outside and flirts and makes a big scene with two other women which hurts the heroine even more.

She feels used and lower than dirt. Now she does throw his offer back in his face and yells at him and slaps him which I did enjoy immensely.

Yay for her! But it still made me SO sad. Also, once things are semi-resolved and all I'm wanting to feel is happy, I just can't because they never have the all important conversation Now that we're married have you stopped seeing your mistress?

Right as they are about to sleep together for the first time as husband and wife, the heroine is still questioning this.

This puts a big fat damper on how much I'm going to enjoy what's to come. That question is never answered btw.

You can assume that he is so in love with her, it's totally done, but I needed to read that to feel better and it never came. For me it didn't.

I can totally see how others would be happy with this story and how they would love it. For me, I'm just too sensitive.

So from here on out I think I'm finished with JM. Kingdom of Dreams will forever live on in my heart as one of the best books out there, and from what I've read definitely her best book, but I just can't take any more heartbreak.

I want to feel amazing when I finish a story, and I'm walking around in a funk because of the last 2 books of hers I picked up.

Sorry I didn't enjoy it as much as you did! View all 4 comments. Until You by Judith McNaught is one of my favorite books by an author who would always remain as one of those that are unforgettable for me as a romance reader.

For myself, authors like Judith McNaught remains as my go to authors when most books of today fails to satisfy me and hit all those spots that need to be petted and stroked when I pick up a romance to read.

Until You is the 3rd book in the Westmoreland saga and tells the story of Stephen David Elliott Westmoreland, Earl of Langford, Baron Until You by Judith McNaught is one of my favorite books by an author who would always remain as one of those that are unforgettable for me as a romance reader.

Well, that was a handful if ever there was one. All the books in the series are 5-star reads for me. However, for some reason, Stephen has always occupied a special spot in my heart, perhaps owing to the fact that he is a hero overlooked by many fans of the author.

Sick with fear that she would be imprisoned or worse, not knowing what had happened to the groom in question, Sheridan meets an accident that nearly ends her life, leaving her in the hands and of Stephen himself.

The fact that she cannot recall any memories of a man as Stephen makes her panicky, but the moments of tenderness that catches Stephen unawares as he unknowingly starts courting the woman he would take as his wife makes her believe in the connection that exists between them.

Truth comes to light at one of those hold your breaths moments and the sheer betrayal that Stephen feels and his ruthless reaction towards it is perhaps the reason why I love Until You so much.

It is the way he reacts that gives the book the angst factor, that makes my throat close up, no matter how many times I read this story.

Characters from other stories make their appearances, giving a helping hand in a romance that is fraught with tension.

A classic for me, if ever there was one. Stephen Westmoreland, Earl of Langford, is England's most desired bachelor. One night Lord Burleton, whose wedding is the very next night, accidentally steps in front of Stephens carriage causing his death.

Though it was only an accident, Stephen is torn with guilt for what he's done. He learns that the only family of Lord Burleton is his fiance who is arriving by ship that very next day!

Set to make things right, Stephen heads to the ship to inform Charise Lancaster t Amazing! Set to make things right, Stephen heads to the ship to inform Charise Lancaster that her fiance is dead.

When the supposed "Charise" becomes victim to a tragic accident and looses her memory Stephen takes her into his home and makes it his responsibility to ease her recovery.

When he starts lusting after her his guilt only increases HOW can he be lusting over the fiance of a man he killed???

What he doesn't know is that this young women is actually Sheridan Bromleigh! Charises chaperone who, before the tragic accident, was on her way to tell Lord Burleton that his beloved fiance actually ran off and eloped with another!

When Sherry wakes up with no memory everyone assumes she is Charise Lancaster. Since nobody wants to disrupt her recovery they let Sherry believe that she is engaged to Stephen.

Once Sherry's memory comes back there is so much conflict it was making me crazy! Good crazy of course! I was filled with a mixture of different emotions while reading Until You.

There were times when I'd have a huge smile on my face and times where I wanted to cry! This is one of those stories that keeps you at the edge of your seat with anticipation on what's going to happen next!

I will need to buy myself my own copy because it's one of those books I will enjoy reading over and over again.

View all 3 comments. I did enjoy this novel a lot but I disliked the early parts that focused on the hero with his mistress. That bitch Helene was so possessive.

Damn, but I thought whores were supposed to know their place in Regency society. This one thought she had the right to question him about other women in his life, like impending fiancees.

This is the first McNaught novel where the hero actually has sex with another woman after meeting the heroine. That was just so fucked up, especially when it was just some I did enjoy this novel a lot but I disliked the early parts that focused on the hero with his mistress.

That was just so fucked up, especially when it was just some wretched "off scene quickie" that the hero used merely to satisfy the "urge".

I did love seeing cameos of sexy Duke Clayton and the beautiful Whitney. That was definitely a plus. One thing I did wonder about though, was how on earth Stephen the second born son could have a title of an Earl?

I wish someone could correct me but I believe that ALL titles are usually inherited by the first born son; the title of "Earl" in the family should be a courtesy title that's supposed to be handed down to the first born son the living duke.

Therefore, Clayton's son should be the "Earl" or a marquess or something like that I guess I shall research this when I can find some time.

And yet another winner from Judith McNaught. On the whole this one was quite similar to Once and Always.

I could see so many similarities between Victoria and Sherry. I don't know if any of you noticed, but both heroines had childhood sweethearts who come back to marry them after a long separation only to find them married to the hero in Once and Always it was Andrew who came to marry Victoria and in Until You it was Rafe who arrived in England to make good on his promise to marry Sherry.

I was a bit miffed about it cause Andrew and Rafe were both amazing men maybe not as amazing as the heros but still. I don't know why Judith McNaught did that to them!

Anyway, Until You was lovely and definitely going in my favourites and I'm glad the book wasn't filled with endless misunderstandings and heartbreak.

View 1 comment. Not to mention that both this and the last book could've been cut in half. This is my first book by Judith McNaught and true to its favorable ratings, it is a very good read.

The amnesia trope has been utilized to allow for greater romantic development betwee This is my first book by Judith McNaught and true to its favorable ratings, it is a very good read.

The amnesia trope has been utilized to allow for greater romantic development between Stephen and Sheridan, as Stephen's guilt over almost killing the fiance whom he thought was Sheridan of a man he had run over with a carriage propelled him to take care of her.

Sheridan, who could not remember anything about herself, is perfectly fine with falling in love with the cold and austere Stephen, who was in turn falling in love with her cheerful spirit and unaffected warmth.

The problem I had with the book began when a series of misunderstandings led Stephen to think Sheridan a conniving shrew who pretended to have amnesia just to get close to him.

Sheridan, after hearing some very bad explanations of what she assumed to be Stephen's reasons for wanting to marry her, ran off at an inopportune time instead of confronting him.

What it essentially led to was a game of blaming the other person, wallowing in self-misery, and causing friends and family emotional pain.

Many authors believe that there has to be some big twist in the story, a reversal of fate that can potentially turn a comedy into a tragedy, in order to test the bonds of a couple's love.

For this book, the conflict was resolved only when the misunderstandings were cleared, which prompts the question, why waste all those pages when the conclusion is really just a reversion to the pre-unhappy state?

Judith McNaught's writing is such that readers would be content to just read a wonderfully engaging tale of an unlikely man falling in love and turning a poor girl into Cinderella, but the additional misunderstandings in the end took too long to be resolved, with its resolution not being satisfactory compared to the scope of the romance in this story.

To put it simply, after reading pages of a truly romantic and humorous story, I was left with a "That's it? View all 32 comments. I can't take kissing and getting touchy-feely with a woman who has no memory of who she is.

I can't buy into a romance or relationship with a heroine who has lost her memory. Even if there was no amnesia, this trope in this here book was unpalatable to me in it's execution.

In other words, the hero is under no obligation for this to me unseemly meddling. It seems that hero's friends and family have "decided" that he needs to settle down.

I have never seen such a deep conspiracy of family members and so-called friends to outright lie, manipulate to force the hero to marry and choose a candidate.

Whats worse, they are pulling out the stops to engineer a union with a woman without a memory. Double Yuck! Since the latest released HR I've read and didn't like at all, these older books have a shine of thier own when compared!

Here the story is not overly complicated, just enough to be interesting and appreciated! Even if I found the amnesia thing a little bit too streched.

I liked the hero and the heroine both. I loved her when she was growing as an urchin with her father, her indian and spaniard friends.

I liked her less as lady, but even then she was lively and endearing. Stephen, the hero was a honorable man, even if a little too much!

Because of that he was put in a difficult situation: he was forced to pretend and lie and the more he did that the more he was falling into a quagmire!

LOL What I didn't like in him is that he couldn't forget what he percieved as her betrayal and thought all the worst of her, but didn't think that she could think the same of him and he wasn't amnesiac!

Anyhow, the story is so wonderfully written that I could forget that! Finally, after a series of ok reads, a book that is really entrancing and complex.

Sheridan is a wonderful heroine in every way. So brave, so smart, so loyal. Stephen is a decent Westmoreland.

After my bad relationship with his brother Clayton, I did not hold high expectations about him, but he surprised me as a strong and interesting hero.

Wonderful read! View 2 comments. This is absolutely one of the most romantic books ever! I've read many of Judith McNaught's stuff before but I can't believe I waited this long to read this one.

Sheridan Bromleigh is definitely my kind of a HR heroine -- not the shy and always blushing type. I swear, even if you're not a fan of historical romance but you love any kind of romance, you woul This is absolutely one of the most romantic books ever!

I swear, even if you're not a fan of historical romance but you love any kind of romance, you would adore this! What a fabulous story and a perfect end to a perfect series!!!

I didn't even take time to post any updates. Loved, loved, loved this book!!!!!! Cannot wait to read another series from this talented author.

There were scenes that made me laugh so much and others that were so intense. Although this book had also a lot of pages, it was fascinating.

This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. My review contains spoilers and they're mostly my thoughts as I went with the book.

This one's got 2 parts. After my 2nd reading of the book I was kinda distracted by something else Hmm, yah, Stephen. I think I like him better than Clayton.

I liked him him WML, though he's rather 'jaded' really? For one, he isn't a hypocrite and then, he's actually quite nice.

I remember in the 1st reading I liked hi My review contains spoilers and they're mostly my thoughts as I went with the book. I remember in the 1st reading I liked him tremendously and the ending was what made me gave it a 5 stars.

Now, I have some problems with him. But I digress! I'll hate it in any book I guess but I like Stephen's POV regarding the affair because he's honest about it to a fault.

I certainly understand that being a rather hefty catch for the matchmaking mamas, debutantees and all the other kinds of females, it can grate on one's nerves if one's being constantly harassed by the aforementioned individuals.

I totally understood why he's jaded about women. Yah, when you're an Earl and have all the luck in wealth, goodlooks and spoiled with women around you, you're supposed to So, I understand you Stephen but I hate the way your shallow minded mistress thinks Sorry, sorry but what I was getting at was everytime you kiss or see Sherry, your comparing her with your current mistress or past 'experiences' kinda really PISSES me off.

Damn right! And also, your thoughts on making her your mistress, even though you know perfectly well it's not how things are done!

I mean seriously what is this thing about 'getting whatever I want' with all these dukes and earls and whatever!

So your own musings on your own moral assessments? You do need a LIFE! So, no more digressing. I like Stephen and Sherry. As a character, Sherry is interesting.

I really loved reading about her life in America; mostly about her childhood when she was living with her father. One thing, in the scene where her father takes her to her spinster aunt Sherry's mother's elder sister and they argue regarding Sherry's upbringing I had some thoughts like was her father interested in the aunt and was spurned by her, then married her mother?

I dunno why the thought came but some of their words gave away something contemptuous yet some vaguely Alice wiederum nutzt Lisas Abwesenheit aus, um ihre Identität anzunehmen und sich als sie auszugeben.

Dazu hält sie sich auch in Lisas Wohnung auf. Er vermutet nun, dass Lisa einen Liebhaber hat. Lisa ruft die angegebene Telefonnummer an und landet bei Lucien.

Sie richtet ihm aus, dass sie in einem Park auf Max warten werde. Lucien wiederum macht Max und Alice miteinander bekannt und Max erkennt, dass er einer Lügnerin aufgesessen ist.

Alice macht ihm klar, dass sie ihn immer geliebt habe. Alice verabschiedet sich nun von Max, da sie zum Flughafen muss. Max erkennt, dass er sie doch liebt, und eilt ihr nach.

Lisa wiederum wartet vergebens auf Max, gibt ihre Vorsicht auf und kehrt in ihre Wohnung zurück. Hier wartet bereits Daniel auf sie und setzt die Wohnung in Brand.

Lisa kommt in den Flammen um. Max und Alice fallen sich im Flughafen in die Arme, doch trennt sich Alice unter einem Vorwand von ihm und will unbemerkt abreisen.

Max geht ihr nach, trifft auf halber Strecke jedoch auf seine Verlobte Muriel, die glaubt, er komme gerade aus Tokio zurück.

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Er vermutet nun, dass Lisa einen Liebhaber hat. Lisa ruft die angegebene Telefonnummer an und landet bei Lucien.

Sie richtet ihm aus, dass sie in einem Park auf Max warten werde. Lucien wiederum macht Max und Alice miteinander bekannt und Max erkennt, dass er einer Lügnerin aufgesessen ist.

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Hier wartet bereits Daniel auf sie und setzt die Wohnung in Brand. Lisa kommt in den Flammen um. Max und Alice fallen sich im Flughafen in die Arme, doch trennt sich Alice unter einem Vorwand von ihm und will unbemerkt abreisen.

Max geht ihr nach, trifft auf halber Strecke jedoch auf seine Verlobte Muriel, die glaubt, er komme gerade aus Tokio zurück.

Lügen der Liebe wurde in Madrid und Paris gedreht. Der Film lief am 2. Oktober in den französischen Kinos an und wurde am September auf premiere erstmals im deutschen Fernsehen gezeigt.

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