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Until You Hardcover – Large Print, December, 1994

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Although McNaught's hardcover debut, Paradise , was "improbable" ( LJ 7/91), credulous romance fans made it a best seller. Here, a young Scottish woman dotes on a shipwrecked sailor.
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Kathe Robin Romantic Times Editor, in USA Today People have been waiting for this book for years...Until You takes you on a roller-coaster ride of emotions.

Affaire de Coeur Judith McNaught is truly the spellbinding storyteller of our times. --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.
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Product Details

  • Hardcover
  • Publisher: Wheeler Pub Inc (December 1994)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1568951604
  • ISBN-13: 978-1568951607
  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 6.5 x 9.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (206 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,426,474 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Judith McNaught is the New York Times bestselling author who first soared to stardom with her stunning bestseller Whitney, My Love, and went on to win the hearts of millions of readers with Once and Always, Something Wonderful, A Kingdom of Dreams, Almost Heaven, Paradise, Perfect, Until You, Remember When, the #1 bestseller Night Whispers, Someone to Watch Over Me, and other novels. There are more than thirty million copies of her books in print. Judith McNaught lives in Houston.

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75 of 79 people found the following review helpful By Tracy Talley on June 22, 2000
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I can surely say this is one of the very few sequels to a book that I was extremely happy with. This is the story of the Earl of Langford, Stephen Westmoreland. He is the brother of Clayton Westmoreland, the Duke of Claymore, who is the hero in the first book, "Whitney, My Love". The heroine from "Until You" is Sheridan Bromleigh, she's an American who is sent to be an escort to Charise Lancaster. Charise is to marry a Lord Burleton when she arrives in London, a match made by her father. But on the way, she elopes with a stranger. Now Sheridan is frantic with worry over the predicament she's now in. Stephen comes to the pier to meet Charise Lancaster and to tell her of the unfortunate death of Lord Burleton. Sheridan is the woman he sees coming to him off the ship, so he assumes she is Charise. He blurts out what's happened and as she turns away, a cargo net hits her in the head. She wakes up 3 days later with no memory and everyone is calling her Charise Lancaster! The story is funny and witty and romantic. Many appearances are put in by Whitney and Clayton from "Whitney, My love" and from Nicki. Stephen reminds me of Clayton alot in this story. He is commanding and sexy. The problems he runs into with Sheridan remind me of the problems Clayton had with Whitney a little, that was my only complaint. The story was like a rollar-coaster of emotions. One time you're smiling, the next time you feel heartfelt sympathy for the characters. It keeps you turing the pages. Judith McNaught is a wonderful author who is new to me. She brings heartfelt emotion to her stories like no other. Many authors strive to attain what she has, but fall short. This is a wonderful example of her work.Read more ›
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By "sharye" on August 13, 2000
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I've read this book more than once and it's one of the few romances that's left an impression on me. It's my absolute favourite! I think what makes it SO good is the characters especially Stephen! He's my dream man! Judith McNaught does a wonderful job of making you fall in love with him and Sheridan. I loved every single part of the book, except when Stephen was angry with Sheridan because he thought she lied to him. By the way, that seems like kind of a trend with Judith Mcnaught, having the heroes think that the heroines are brilliant actresses who lied to them? Anyway, all I gotta say is do not pass this one up! It will make you laugh and cry, and if you like it read Whitney My Love too (although in my opinion it's not as good). However Stephen is so adorable in it!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Kelly on March 18, 2000
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I bought this book and Whitney at the same time, and I'm so glad that I did. As soon as I was finished with the first book I grabbed the second one. I loved each book about the same (although I loved 'Whitney, My Love' just a tinsy bit more). Judith McNaught writes the absolute best books. The character developmant in this book was above and beyond and I loved the fact that she gave us a little insight as to what Sheridan's childhood was like. If you kinda sorta like Judith's other books, you'll fall in love with Until You. (Although I have to wonder about the Westmorland brothers' tendency to mistrust their loved fiancees and to ... ahem... rape them)
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Abbys on March 5, 2001
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Until you is the 3rd book of the Westmoreland series. A KINGDOM OF DREAM and WHITNEY, MY LOVE is the first two. I've read both books ( my first 2 of Judith McNaught) and I was very impressed. (AKOD is the best book I've read by far... but thats another review all together.) I enjoyed Stephen's (brother of Clay) character in W,ML. So naturally, I was excited and looking forward to read his story here in U.Y.. I am sad to say that the first time I read this book, I was somewhat disappointed. This book didn't have the spunk and excitement of the usual Judith McNaught's unpredictable twist. The story, however different seems simple and laid back. I also prefer the Stephen in W,ML. He was more toned with humor then. I understood why he treated Sheridan the way he did ( it was guilt at first, then when he acknowledge love, he felt that he was betrayed and the reader must consider his past experience too...) so I still find him a likable hero. He just gotten too serious. The heroine's character was kindda boring for me. Sheridan Bromleigh didn't draw any appeal or any effects to me whatsoever. Although, I didn't particularly hate her, yet I cannot draw myself to specially like her either. She just wasn't impressive as Jennifer in AKOD or as spunky as Tory in "ONCE & ALWAYS" or as any of JM's well designed Heroines (I have read all of her Historical Romance Novels). Sheridan's character and even her actions was simply too unpolished & unconvincing for me to really appreciate her. Somehow I feel that Stephen deserve a different heroine. I have this uncontentment feeling. She doesn't seem fit to be a Countess or one of the Westmoreland wife.
After I read this book the first time, I didn't write a review for it right away.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Shari on September 6, 2012
Format: Mass Market Paperback
The story concept is a little convoluted but here's a quick summary: Charise is betrothed to Barleton. Stephen accidentally runs over and kills Barleton. Sherry is Charise's chaperone on the boat trip to meet up with and marry Barleton, but Charise runs away. Stephen meets Sherry (whom he assumes is Charise) at the dock to inform her of Barleton's passing, but Sherry gets knocked in the head and wakes up with amnesia so Stephen contines to assume Sherry is Charise because he's got no one to tell him otherwise.

When Sherry wakes up, instead of simply telling her that Stephen is not her fiancee, he and the Dr. let her believe he is for no apparent reason. Why would it be damaging to her condition to know that a man she doesn't know is not her fiancee? It just didn't make sense - BUT I went along with it in hopes that there would be some pay off for it, opportunities for romantic apologies and all that.

SPOILERS FROM HERE ON OUT:

I was very wrong. Instead, when Sherry gets her memory back and the real Charise makes a return, we get a hateful vengeful Stephen who doesn't even want to consider listening to anything the woman he supposedly loves has to say - which would be fine at first, after all it is a common romance formula, but McNaught took it to another level:

Stephen never even considers the possibility that Sherry would be scared and confused when her memory returns, he never seems to think that him lying about being her fiancee was wrong of him, instead he lets her go and assumes that she's a scheming evil bitch. Then his sister and mother track Sherry down to tell HER how much she hurt HIM by leaving!
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