Remember When - Judith McNaught Reviews
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Pages: 418, Mass Market Paperback, Pocket Books
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by - written on 20/01/10 (Very useful, 59 readings)
Judith McNaught is one of those authors that writes a mixture of stories. Some of her earlier work was historical romances in Whitney, my love and Until You but she has also written some amazing, up to date romances. One of my friends in Canada introduced me to McNaught's work and it was the reason why I started reading again after many years of reading nothing at all unless I had to. As a child, Diana Foster had life pretty easy. Her father was extremely well off, they lived in a great neighbourhood and she was doing amazingly at school. On her way home from a vacation in Europe, her father tells her that he's remarried so she has a new step mother and ... Read the complete review
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