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Almost Heaven
Almost Heaven
Author: Judith McNaught
In this classic novel of two willful lovers caught in a breathless adventure of deception and betrayal, #1 New York Times bestselling author Judith McNaught has created a powerful and unforgettable masterpiece. — ELIZABETH CAMERON — The Countess of Havenhurst possessed a rare gentleness and fierce courage to match her exquisite beauty. But her rep...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780671679156
ISBN-10: 0671679155
Publication Date: 4/1/1990
Pages: 517
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.

4.1 stars, based on 67 ratings
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover
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Love this book! Just finished reading it for the 2nd time. Believable, likeable characters. Captivating story from beginning to end.
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Didn't care for it overall. Ian is supposed to be attracted to Elizabeth's intellect and well as her beauty; from her behavior most of the time, I found her intellect to be non-existent.
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Best book I've read in a long time. Laughed & cried. Loved it.
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Great romance by this author. It has humor but keep the tissues handy.
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This is a wonderful story of lust, lies, heartbreak and finding each other all over again. I loved this book and reread it quite often
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This is a story about a Scottish man, Ian Thornton, who ignored gossip and the ton's idea of right and wrong who fell in love with an innocent girl, Lady Cameron, at a country house party. They were manipulated by a jealous friend of Lady Cameron's and she was compromised, thus shunned by the ton. Two years later they are forced back together and they made amends eventually and married. As good stories go, they become separated due to events that took place at the time of her fall from grace at the house party 2 yrs previous and because of Ian's Scottish temper. Meantime he accepts his title denied his father by his father, he's arrested for wife's and brother-in-laws murders, Lady Cameron disappears. In the end they are together but I'll leave that for you to read about. Was a good story if you like strong willed, arrogant men and strong willed, determined ladies. A good read. I'm not good at summarizing stories and I don't like to tell the story so I hope I have told you enough to captivate your interest enough to read the book.
I just discovered Judith McNaught in a previous book, Something Wonderful. Also a good story. Hope this helps.
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No beauty in England could outshine Elizabeth Cameron, Countess of Havenhurst. But beneath her exquisite emerald eyes and cloud of golden hair lived a girl of rare gentleness, pride and splendid, even ferocious, courage. In Ian Thornton's powerful embrace, Elizabeth felt the first stirrings of a passion that blazed through her senses, never to be denied.
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historical romance set in England/Scotland

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