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la4bama
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Jude Deveraux

Anyone a fan of Jude Deveraux? I have recently read a few of her books such as A Knight in Shining Armor, Remembrance, Someone to Love (her newest one), and Legend. These are not the type of story line I usually read, but I have found this author to be really great and her stories are truly wonderful. I can hardly put them down!
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kiakar
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Re: Jude Deveraux



la4bama wrote:
Anyone a fan of Jude Deveraux? I have recently read a few of her books such as A Knight in Shining Armor, Remembrance, Someone to Love (her newest one), and Legend. These are not the type of story line I usually read, but I have found this author to be really great and her stories are truly wonderful. I can hardly put them down!




I had a couple of her books, but can't find them now to tell you the titles. Oh well!
guess I will find them someday.
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alexis_kirsty
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Re: Jude Deveraux

i love JD she is an amazing writer! everyting ive read of hers is great but her contemporary with a few exceptions are not her strongest work below are a few of my favorite and the ones i love are bolded lol there are many more and she even did a sequel to legend which i am trying to find she put it in a book with two other stories with different writers as a package type thing - its about what happens to the little boy who owns legend now that she saved him from dying if you like jude deveraux you should check you julie garwood as well my fav of hers is Ransom :smileyvery-happy:

there is the velvet series:

highland velvet velvet song velvet angel velvet angel

Taggert:

twin of fire, twin of ice, sweet liar, holly(c.)

Montgomery:

a knight in shining armor, the heiress, the duchess, hight tide(contemporary)

Peregrine:

the taming, the conquest

summerhouse and return to summerhouse not very good in my opinion quite boring actually...

odds and ends:

the enchanted land, the black lyon, temptation, angel for emily(c.), legend, the blessing(c.)

 

:smileytongue: haha hope i helped

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MsMorninglight
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Re: Jude Deveraux

I like Jude's writing.  A few that come to mind that I really enjoyed were: The Summerhouse, First Impressions & Holly. 



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LindaEducation
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Re: Jude Deveraux

I have only read one of her books, "The Heiress" but I remember I really enjoyed it. 
You know you've read a good book when you turn the last page and feel a little as if you have lost a friend. -- Paul Sweeney