Book Review- Whitney my love

whitney my love

One of today’s best-loved authors, Judith McNaught launched her stellar career with this dazzling bestseller. Now in a special edition that features a brand-new, enhanced ending and endows familiar characters with new depth, Whitney, My Love lives on as “the ultimate love story, one you can dream about forever” (Romantic Times).
Under the dark, languorous eyes of Clayton Westmoreland, the Duke of Claymore, Whitney Stone grew from a saucy hoyden into a ravishingly sensual woman. Fresh from her triumphs in Paris society, she returned to England to win the heart of Paul, her childhood love…only to be bargained away by her bankrupt father to the handsome, arrogant Duke. Outraged, she defies her new lord. But even as his smoldering passion seduces her into a gathering storm of desire, Whitney cannot — will not — relinquish her dream of perfect love.
Rich with emotion, brimming with laughter and tears, Whitney, My Loveconfirms once more why “Judith McNaught is truly one of the spellbinding storytellers of our times” (Affaire de Coeur).


One thought on “Book Review- Whitney my love

  1. Enjoying this classic romance…Whitney Stone, a young and impetuous girl believes herself in love with Paul, the recipient of all her youthful feelings and dreams. Her disapproving father deems her behavior inappropriate and she finds herself sent to France with her beloved Aunt and Uncle. These she is allowed to bloom into the beautiful, unique women she is. She finds herself groomed into a lady and becomes the toast of Paris. As she perfects her arts as a lady she deems it time to return home to win the heart of Paul, her childhood sweetheart. Unbeknownst to her, her father has betrothed her to Clayton Westmoreland, the Duke of Claymore. Her father’s uncontrollable debts have wiped out her inheritance and her dowry and the Duke is the answer to his financial difficult.
    Whitney, however, wants nothing to do with the Clayton and pursues Paul and finally wins his heart. From there, you’ll have to read the story yourself!
    There is a disturbing scene in this book that is often times discussed. I’ll leave the reader to draw his or her own conclusions and opinions on it. I, however, found this to be a powerful story and enjoyed it immensely. I’m certain I will not forget the names Whitney or Clayton Westmoreland and they will continue to burn in my mind as one of the more stormy and passionate couples I have ever read about it.

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