Every Breath You Take

Every Breath You Take

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jdogjojo04061956 More than 1 year ago
I JUST LOVED THIS BOOK SOOOOOOOOOO MUCH BUT NOW I'M VERY UPSET WHY BECAUSE I WANTED TO READ ANOTHER BOOK BY MS MCNAUGHT & THEY ARE NOT AVAILABLE TO DOWN LOAD ON MY NOOK (VERY UPSET OVER THIS). PLEASE NEED ALL YOUR BOOKS FOR MY NOOK PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Why is there no other ebooks from judith?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this book!! Love this author!!I have read all of Ms. McNaughts books and I love them all. Unfortunately only 2 books are available as ebooks. If all her books were available as ebooks I would buy them all!!
nora weber More than 1 year ago
this book is definately worth reading bit her historical romances are AMAZING hopefully they get more ebooks
Jmycenae More than 1 year ago
I have read most of Judith McNaught's romances, and this is the one I finished tonight. Her plots are fairly predictable - the hero and heroine meet, fall in love extremely quickly, but then are separated by some terrible misunderstanding before their ultimate thrilling reunion. The hero is always tall, dark and handsome, and the heroine is always beautiful yet unaffected. Despite the fact that the plot and characters are always pretty predictable, the author is able to capture their personalities and circumstances in a unique light in each story, making every one a delight. A bonus in many of her books is finding characters about whom she has written before; when you are finished with a book you long to learn more about the main characters, and it is a thrill to meet them again in the context of another story. In this book McNaught gave a pay-off which has been lacking in some of the prior novels: when the parties are finally reunited, they have a long conversation explaining exactly what happened and making sense of the misunderstanding which had separated them. This was very satisfying - to get the sense that they actually finally understand what occurred, thereby cementing their eternal love for each other!
QBUSA More than 1 year ago
This book is fabulous as is all of Judith McNaught books. I read it in less than two days. You will want to reread it again and again. I have all of her books in paperback and even have had to buy some of them twice as I've worn them out. I'm new to the ereader Nook books, but PLEASE make available all of her books in this format. I promise that I will buy every one of them! I am checking twice a week to see if they are adding any more of her books as nook books. LOVE - LOVE - LOVE!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Judith McNaught is becoming my favorite author quickly. I started reading her books with Paradise. I would have to say that Perfect is still my absolute favorite of hers but Every Breath You Take is a close second. I fell in love with the main characters and their story. Totally unpredictable story. One thing I love about her books is how they grip you with suspense and you physically cannot put them down. I've laughed out loud and cried with this book. Will definitely reread later.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved it!!! The twist of the story is amazing. The characters are difinitely adorable. Judith McNaught always writes good books. It will definitely take your breath away the way she tells the story. Good read!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
For some reason I never picked up the more recent JM novels. I've been a huge fan of her early work and I guess just reading some not so flattering reviews I didn't want to waste time - HOW WRONG I'VE BEEN!!!!! I think this is my favorite so far! I could not put it down! Judith McNaught is an exceptional writer. I'm going to read them all!!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I had never even heard of this author before until my flight was delayed and I picked up this book at the airport. I couldn't wait to finish it. The characters are so real and easy to relate to. There were many parts of the book when I had goose-bumps, and I felt like I was on the emotional roller-coaster with the characters. As soon as I got home from the airport I continued reading and even stayed up until 4am just to finish it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I couldn't put the book down! I read it until my eye's dried out at 2 am and the visine ran out....really. Kate and Mitchell are a thoroughly modern couple. Judith Mc Naught has a way of making her stories flow. Magnetic characters, loved the soft ending.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I read McNaught's first version of 'Every Breath You Take' when it hit selves and loved it until......the ending was awful in the first version. So I picked up the second version when I heard she altered the ending. And all I can say is AWESOME JOB! I loved the ending to it much better. It captures both of their feelings and isn't so abrupt. I'm dying for the new Westmoreland book coming out in April and hoping it won't take two versions like this one.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This story didn't get any better - and how clever of Judith to have us all buy the hardcover, and then tell us that we'll get a better story if we buy the paperback too! She's disappointed her long-time fans.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Self-made millionaire Mitchell Wyatt assumed he was an orphan but is actually a member of the prominent Wyatt family, who looked upon his birth as an embarrassment. When his brother William learned about Mitchell, he engineered a meeting with his sibling. Mitchell quickly cares for his brother, his sister-in-law and his nephew Billy. When William disappears, Mitchell comforts his sister-in-law and Billy not realizing the Cook County Attorney General believes he killed William and probably his father too. --- Kate Donovan is on the Caribbean Island of Anguillia waiting for her boyfriend of four years to join her, but meets Mitchell they share a passionate interlude and Kate breaks it off with Evan when he arrives, but finds Mitchell returned to Chicago to answer questions about the murder of his brother. Kate thinks he deserted her and Evan tells her he used her to get revenge on his father who played a role in sending him away when he was an infant. She believes Evan and after a brief bitter exchange at a social gala Kate and Mitchell don¿t see each other for three years until another crime brings them together. --- Fans of Danielle Steele will appreciate the mainstream fiction EVERY BREATH YOU TAKE. The story line is loaded with suspense as the audience anticipates Mitchell¿s arrest and subsequently what he will do. The relationship between Kate and him feels more obligatory of the sub-genre than a genuine meeting of the hearts. Still reader will enjoy the tense tale pondering how it will end. --- Harriet Klausner
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved this book! I am really disappointed that this is the only ebook available by this author.
Babs5583 More than 1 year ago
Definitely need more of Judith's work as nook books. She always takes you on a great journey.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is very well-written as all books that I have read by this author. I could not put it down until I completed the book. I would highly recommend books by Judith.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Another book written by Mcnaught that I truly enjoyed.
BetsyLee More than 1 year ago
I was hooked on reading this book from page one till the very end! I could not put it down, except for when I had class and homework to do. It's really addicting. I loved the characters; especially Mitchell. Nothing from the plot was too predictable, which kept the suspense hanging in the air. I highly recommend this book, it's one of the best I've read in a long while.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I was apprehensive about getting this book after reading some reviews. However, I am so glag that JM is just one of those authors to me I have to read everything/anything she puts out. This book was wonderful...I fell in love with Kate and Mitchell. If you loved, Paradise and Perfect, you would absolutely love this book. It's a keeper.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This was the first book I read from her, and as I read I fell in love with all the characters and the story line is just great, good love story. It mentioned characters from other books and that inspired me to get the other books. So far I've read most of her work and she has not dissapointed me, I can't wait for her next book.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book was my first Judith McNaught book and i just loved it. The love was so beautiful between the characters and it sure keeps the juices flowing.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Judith McNaught has been using her reputation to sell books for too long now. This is another 'rushed to meet a deadline' mess - I resent her bringing in characters from former novels - and then doing nothing with them. I was a fan of her earlier books, now all I can say is I want my money back.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have been a huge Judith McNaught fan for several years, but I am extremely disappointed with her latest attempt at romantic suspense. Usually her stories have a wonderful balance of background/character development and what I call the 'current day plot', or majority story plot. This one lacked character development, the current day plot was mainly the two romantic interests meeting and falling in love over a weekend but took up about 3/4 of the story, and then the wrap up was about 3 years later and seemed entirely too rushed. The suspense was weak, and the side characters, which are usually equally as wonderful as the hero and heroine, were sadly lacking in their own development. I felt the story was choppy. This story was more reminiscent of the choppiness and shortness of Remember When and Night Whispers, which were both disappointments to me as well. Someone to Watch Over Me was a great deal better than all three of the other novels put together, but was still not as good as some of her earlier contemporary works, such as Perfect or Paradise. Every Breath You Take was rushed and probably needed another 6 months to a year of writing before being published. Judith, please make your own deadlines, and don't feel pressured to put out a novel if it is lacking in what your fans love. We would prefer you spend your time writing an even better story than working with your publisher to get something out by their deadlines. -Huge McNaught Fan
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love this book. I wish more of Judith McNaught books were avaliable online to purchase.