Regarded as one of the most beloved writers of all time in popular fiction, Judith McNaught is the author of fourteen novels and two short stories, with more than 30 million copies in print. The last nine of her novels have been … Read More about BEST-SELLING AUTHOR JUDITH MCNAUGHT
Many of you may have gotten the email from Goodreads this morning announcing that CAN’T TAKE MY EYES OFF OF YOU is now available.
The lie detector test has determined THAT was a lie.
The book is not available. It has not been released.
Scrub everything about that Goodreads email from your mind, along with all the information it contained on the new book. Judith has suggested the forthcoming book no longer bears that title OR that synopsis. Presumably it doesn’t even bear that book cover.
As we predicted in our June 4th update, the email (along with the prior “Coming Soon” email) was likely an automated/system-generated email based on outdated information in the Goodreads database.
The actual release date of the new book has not been set as far as we know, nor has Judith announced the new title she has decided upon. She did give us a sneak peek at the synopsis several months ago, however. You can find it in the December 28, 2016 update.
JM READERS’ FAVORITE AUTHORS
Vote for your top five favorite romance authors (other than Judith McNaught) in the poll below.
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PS> I love JK Rowling too, but please list only romance authors. <3
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Remember: It's a given that we all love Judith McNaught. Please do not add her to the poll. <3
ALL-TIME FAVORITE ROMANCES
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Example: Wallflowers (series) – Lisa Kleypas
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Judith McNaught is in a class by herself.
Judith McNaught comes close to an Edith Wharton edge.
The Chicago Tribune
The ultimate love story, one you can dream about forever.
RT Book Reviews