For All Time (Nantucket Brides Trilogy #2)

For All Time (Nantucket Brides Trilogy #2)

by Jude Deveraux
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For All Time: A Novel 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 40 reviews.
XXXOOOBookwormOOOXXX More than 1 year ago
For All Time is about Toby and Grayson who were set up as the next couple at the end of “True Love”. Grayson is the Crown Prince of Laconia and while attending the wedding of his cousin Jared Montgomery Kingsley to Alix Madsen, meets bridesmaid and amateur wedding planner Toby Wyndam. When Toby is able to tell Grayson and his brother Rory apart, Gray finds a way to stay on the Island so that he can get to know her better. If you are a fan of Jude’s and have read other of her books in the Montgomery - Taggert series, you know about the Laconia legend that the says the person who can tell the twins apart is their true love. Well Grayson is so smitten with Toby, that he spends as much time as possible with Toby exploring his fascination with her and trying to decide how to deal with it all. Graydon Montgomery is the Crown Prince of Lanconia. He has come to Nantucket with his twin, Rory, for the wedding of Jared Montgomery Kingsley to Alix Madsen (Book 1 in the series, True Love.) He's immediately smitten with bridesmaid Toby Wyndam, who has simply never found a man worthy of tempting her into a love affair. However, Graydon is engaged-to-be-engaged to an appropriate lady in Lanconia. Graydon immediately tells Toby who he is, thankfully, so there's none of this "I have to tell you something..." later. They start out as friends. Graydon arranges to stay on Nantucket for a week while his twin pretends to be him back home. As Graydon and Toby get to know each other better, they are swept back into the past to fix a two-hundred-year-old love affair that ended in tragedy.  Well worth the read, highly recommend it.  
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Reminiscent of A Knight in Shining Armor, this novel does not disappoint. I could not put it down. I love how the past and present are interwoven. My only disappointment is that I finished and now must wait for the next novel in this series
Judy-Ree More than 1 year ago
I was excited to see the second book in the Nantucket Brides Trilogy by Jude Deveraux become available on Netgalley.  I have been a huge fan ever since I read Black Lyon, way, way, way back in the early 80's. After reading the first book in the trilogy, True Love, I was thrilled when I was approved to read this one as well.  This book picks up from the end of book 1.  Alix and Jared have just married and everyone is ready to enjoy the wedding party.  Graydon, cousin of Jared and the Crown Prince of Lanconia had partnered Toby, reluctant wedding planner and bridesmaid, down the aisle. When he found out that she had met his identical twin brother the night before and could tell the two of them apart, something almost no one could do, he decides to spend some time with her to find out if the family legend holds any truth: You marry the one who can tell the twins apart.  In order to spend some time with Toby, Graydon demands Rory, his twin, switch places with him.  With some smooth talking and adroit maneuvering by Rory, Graydon gets the chance to spend the coming week on Nantucket with Toby.  And so the matchmaking begins.  Alix's mother Victoria gets in on the act by insisting that since Toby did such an excellent job on Alix's wedding, that Toby should do Victoria's as well and even arranges for Toby to have time off so that she can plan the wedding and spend it with Graydon, of course. It's not long before they are spending all of their time together.  As they draw closer to each other, they also stumble upon the story of Garrett and Tabby and their tragic romance. Is history doomed to repeat itself, or can they create a new history and future? I quite enjoyed the paranormal aspects to the book.  True Love dealt with the ghost of Caleb, while this book involves time travel. I was also thrilled to see Lanconia show back up.  Not only is Graydon the grandson of J.T. and Aria from The Princess, but he references his ancestors, Rowan and Jura from The Maiden. It was fun to get a chance to link back to the earlier books. This was another 5 star read.
celticmaggie More than 1 year ago
It felt so good to be reading a book by Jude again. I like this series set on Nantucket. I've never been but it does sound lovely. Jude has another winner with this story and characters. Poor Toby, she is in charge of Jared and Alix's wedding. She has finished and is mad at the one relative who is just a playboy. This is when she finds out he is covering for his twin. She knows he isn't the other brother and also learns that it is True Love if you can tell the twins in this family apart. But this twin is the heir to a Kingdom. There is lots of family here and as it is an old heritage there are lots of ghosts around. The dream scenes were gut wrenchers but the "A Knight in Shining Armor" put a dash of fun info the story. I hope you pick this book. I'm sure you will like it!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have mixed feelings on this book because you must like paranormal to care for the book I think if they left that out and added more of toby and graydon relationship it would have been better in some way it was hard to follow because og it,,,,,,!,,,,,,,,
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Jude Deveraux is my second favorite author (second only to Julie Garwood) and I have read all of her books. However, I must say I was disappointed in this book. I like her books better when the "paranormal" is not present. That's not to say I did not enjoy this book; it just was not one of my favorites. Hopefully the next one is better.
afritt More than 1 year ago
The Princess was my first ever Jude Deveraux book.  It is still my favorite and I read it at least once a year.  I loved that For All Time was a story of their grandson.  While there were definitely some similarities, switching out the royalty, arranged marriages, a surprise meeting with the mother-in-law, it was a great new story complete with time travel.  Deveraux and the Montgomery's never disappoint.  This is one I am sure I will read again.  
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I think this would have been much better if there was more dialog between Toby and Gray. There was a lot of thoughts about how they felt or thoughts about what they talked about but you never got to experiance the conversations so the book lost feeling for me.
Anonymous 6 months ago
I loved it!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It didn't seem like a Jude Deveraux had anything to do with the writing of this book. The book was boring and very disjointed. The writing was poor and the flashbacks/time travel was annoying. There were lines in the book that actually read like a bad play... i do not recommend this book...so disappointed.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
*Walks in yawning as Cheshire runs ahead of her*
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
*Walks in with Cheshire on her shoulder*
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Mess with our powers"
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
*i smile back* (i am going to be gone for a while but i will bbl. Sorry.)
Chesque More than 1 year ago
Love this series based on Nantucket. Fun easy reading thoroughly enjoyable . I love this author's style of writing. Awaiting book 3
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Another excellent read from my favorite author. Can't wait until the next book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great beginning of what I hope is a wonderful series of books. I read the earlier series of Montgomery - Taggart books. They were keepers too. You know the books you hang on to so you can reread them again at a later date because you enjoy the first read so much! I highly recommend this book as a great and entertaining story. SQ
GrammyReading More than 1 year ago
really enjoyed the story..the characters...but not the going back in time part of the book, which was a major part of the story....not a paranormal fan...but i still read every word...and tried to keep up with who was who and what was really going on....toby and graydon had a lot to overcome...time, history, and family...but true love will win if you really believe...
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Just finished this book. It was very interesting, the kind of book, you can not put down. I read the first book in this new series. But I actually liked the second book. So many of the old characters from her previous books are in it. You have to read the first book, so you won't be lose in the second book. But it is a must read. Good work, Deverauz....OLD FAN
bookaholicGE More than 1 year ago
Graydon is heir to the Lanconian throne and is to marry a noble woman who has been chosen for him. Although he knows his future is set he cant not help but be drawn to Toby. Toby possesses the truly remarkable ability of being able to distinguish Graydon from his identical twin brother. She knows she can tell them a part and has no problems giving them a piece of her mind when she finds out. Although they decide to just be friends destiny has other plans for them and passion and true love cannot be denied! Definitely a good read!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book and had a hard time putting it down. I really enjoy all of the books that Jude Devaraux writes.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago