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That is absolutely unforgivable. She is officially worse than trash in my book now. And I have so much fucking rage that if I were reading a physical book and not an ebook I would have thrown it across the room, then lit it on fire.

Her excuse is that he let his first wife divorce him because he didn't want to have kids. It never occurs to her, a fucking social worker, that just because he didn't want to bring one into the world with someone he didn't love which she knew, because he told her didn't mean that he wouldn't want to know about a child of his that exists! It also didn't occur to her, the motherfucking social worker, that it would strike a very harmful chord with him that he grew up not knowing his family, isolated and unloved, and now he has a son who doesn't know about him!

So through a stupid storyline the kid gets kidnapped for a huge ransom Kate can't pay. What to do? The father that doesn't know he exists. The father who has lost two years of his child's life.

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So to find him she calls his friend. This is the end of their conversation: She'd started to take the phone from her ear when he added, "I'm very sorry about your son.

How can she have the audacity to say something like that? THAT is a perfect example of how unbelievably stupid she is. Poor Mitchell is livid when he finds out, as any normal person would be. She didn't have the decency, or the courtesy, to let him know he has a son! Of course she doesn't have decency or courtesy. Terrible people usually don't.

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She is raising his son just as he himself had been raised—without any idea of who his father is! And I don't even have a degree in psychology. Anyone with half a brain would know that would be the primary issue for him.

Of course not. There was barely a discussion about everything that went down between them, no resolution of the lies, or idiocy, or her betrayal, and they're in love again and getting married within two days! This book was an absolute chore to read. It was slow, boring, and flat in the beginning as their "relationship" was established.

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Then when the story started moving the main characters were too stupid to deal with. Like I said, I don't usually skim books, but I had to in this case to get beyond Kate's drivel.

And to try to finish this book as quickly as possible so I could move on to something that wasn't making me angry. I was reading this to relax during study breaks. Also, the synopsis of the book, at least on Goodreads, is absolutely wrong. They make it sound like the murder whodunit is the entire plot of the book, especially Mitchell and Kate being wrapped up in it.

That's really not true. Literally the first 54 percent of the book is their first two days together. Mitchell was being followed by police, but that's about it.

The crux of the whodunit really only lasts a chapter, because he's questioned on something stupid, and had an airtight alibi for the evidence against him that should have been investigated before he was even brought in. They asked Kate like five questions and nothing again because there was no case and it was easy as all get out to figure out who the real killer was. This is another book where the summary needs to be changed, badly.

If you want a good book by McNaught, go read Perfect. Even for all of it's problems in characters and plot, I still gave it four stars because it was extremely enjoyable for me to read and none of those characters reached even the minimum level of idiocy the characters in this book exhibited.

View all 12 comments. Sep 09, Arlene rated it it was ok Shelves: After reading Kingdom of Dreams by Judith McNaught and really liking it, I thought I'd try another of her books that I happen to come across in the library.

First of all, I'm a bit embarrassed to add it to my shelf because of the chagrin-worthy cover. Could it be any more raunchy? Secondly, I didn't really care for this book as the storyline was very disorganized, and I don't think the author could decide what she wanted the novel to be about, so she dumped in a hodge-podge of ingredients t After reading Kingdom of Dreams by Judith McNaught and really liking it, I thought I'd try another of her books that I happen to come across in the library.

Secondly, I didn't really care for this book as the storyline was very disorganized, and I don't think the author could decide what she wanted the novel to be about, so she dumped in a hodge-podge of ingredients to make a messy and tasteless soup. First the story was about a missing person, then it progressed to a murder mystery, it later took another turn into an affair to remember, moving on to the story of a heartbroken woman soon to become a single mother, when that part was done it detoured to a kidnapping and ultimately ended up as a love story.

What a journey for someone who just wanted a light read. Lastly, I really didn't care for either main character Kate or Mitchell, and they were somewhat introduced late in the storyline. Kate was shallow and Mitchell took the alpha male role to an unattractive level. Towards the end, I just wanted the story to end and the little boy who was kidnapped to be found.

Not worth the time, I believe she has better picks to choose from. Narrated by Laura Dean A fabulously wealthy hero self-made of course and a humble yet gorgeous woman meet for the first time on a tropical island and share a romance unaware that they are connected in numerous ways back in Chicago.

In print, this misunderstanding lasts for a good portion of the book since there is a long separation of the characters. However in the abridged audio format, Narrated by Laura Dean A fabulously wealthy hero self-made of course and a humble yet gorgeous woman meet for the first time on a tropical island and share a romance unaware that they are connected in numerous ways back in Chicago.

However in the abridged audio format, the producers had the opportunity to right this wrong and they did. Most of the misunderstanding is removed as well as the separation. I actually prefer this six hour abridgement to the print version as it tightens the story and concentrates more on the romance.

The ending may be a little rushed but I consider this abridged audiobook a success. This is another definite re-listen for the future. Nov 01, Zumbagirl rated it really liked it Shelves: I read this last April, I think, and really enjoyed it. Judith McNaught was my favorite author for many years. I stopped reading her and didn't even know she had a new book out. Well, new compared to her classics that I read back in the day, almost 20 years ago. So I found this at a used bookstore and voila, the magic of McNaught caught me up.

This is a very different setting for her. Much of the book takes place at a tropical beach setting and some in Chicago. I loved the beach part - so beauti I read this last April, I think, and really enjoyed it. I loved the beach part - so beautiful and romantic, I felt like I was there.

This is a great chick flick, beach read, summertime read. Not as well developed as some of her other books, but still, I read everything she writes. The tropical setting. Nothing is more romantic, to me at least, than the beach. The music in the background. It was mentioned at different times throughout the book and it added a lot to the atmosphere. The way McNaught describes the child, Daniel, and how he interacts with his dad. It was so cute and I could really "see" it all unfold.

Things I wish were different: I really wish the ending was better developed. In fact, McNaught did rewrite the ending already. But it still needed more, I thought. There was the usual big misunderstanding, big separation, that could have very easily been resolved if everyone involved took the time to communicate properly. I can't believe that people could be such blockheads. She's pretty gullible. Well, McNaught worked it out. It's not by any means my favorite story by her, but I still loved reading it and will probably even re-read again one summer in the future.

It's always good to have comfortable summertime reading. Feb 25, Sera rated it liked it Shelves: Aug 29, Nasty Lady MJ rated it did not like it. To see review with gifs click here. I really think McNaught was doomed with this book from the moment she titled it. She did realize the song is about stalking, right? Wow, after reading that line it sounds a lot more graphic than I mean it too—oh, well.

That would be Tender Triumph, a book you really never want me reading and reviewing because it would be a mega sized rant. However, the book fell flat. Worse than the mystery, are the characters. Kate and Mitchell are both stereotypes at best. Kate is especially offensive. Yeah, get out the Guinness and me Lucky Charms out for that one. Though, he does have a stereotypical Italian sidekick…so Yeah.

In addition to the murder mystery, there is a secret baby and the fallout and resolution of that is ridiculously smooth. I just…yeah, I missed the god damn angst from the previous McNaught books.

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Especially after seeing that creepy epilogue. Either McNaught really had a phenomenal editor in the earlier part of her career, or she was just using this book as a tax write off to go to Antigua. Either way, I feel slightly cheated. Feb 01, Hailey rated it liked it. I was a big fan of Judith McNaught as a teenager. I have read almost all the books by her which were translated into Korean, my native language. I almost forgot about her and now in my 30s I came across this book.

I didn't think I would love it because I'm not a little girl who dreams of unrealistic romance anymore, however I enjoyed it a lot and I love it! Certainly I had good reasons that I loved McNaught's novels. The story-line doesn't make sense from time to time but still it has attractive I was a big fan of Judith McNaught as a teenager.

The story-line doesn't make sense from time to time but still it has attractive characters, intense lines and magical moments in it.

Jul 21, Jacqueline J rated it it was amazing Shelves: I must have read this back when it first came out and then forgot about it.

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That's why I'm on Goodreads! Still I liked it at this second reading. Plenty of angst. I don't really like books where there is a big misunderstanding that separates the characters but every once in a while it's okay if the rest of the book is well done.

The writing is good here. The emotions are realistic and intense. The end could have been a bit longer. The mystery could have been stronger. Feb 16, Addie rated it it was amazing. I have read this book twice. There is a scene from the book that shows the main character observing her son and his father in the bathroom, towel around the waist, shaving.

Even though the little boy had never met his father until a few days ago, he has known him all of his life Digital audio read by Laura Dean Excerpted from the book jacket: Kate Donovan never dreamed that a chance romantic encounter on a tropical island paradise would involve her in a high-society murder case.

But after she tangles with the darkly charismatic Mitchell [Wyatt], Kate finds herself a player in a lethal game of guilt and deception. My reactions Okay, I knew it was a romance novel going into it. Still the writing was just dreadful — full of stereotypical characters, romance tropes and clich Digital audio read by Laura Dean Excerpted from the book jacket: I kept laughing out loud as I listened because it was so bad.

That being said, it was hugely entertaining. It was a fast read or listen and I enjoyed it. I can certainly see why McNaught is a best-selling author. The audio book is read by Laura Dean, and she does a fine job. The truth is that I felt all the same things you did last night, and you know I did.

I cried so hard that I finally fell asleep, and when I woke up the engagement ring Evan had brought to St. Maarten was on my finger. I felt like a jilted, heartbroken lover.

I had no idea until a moment before you walked up to me that Evan Bartlett was your boyfriend. We lay in bed and watched the sun come up though we could hardly hold our eyes open, because neither of us wanted to miss out on a minute of being together I missed you so much, for so long, I missed our magic. And what makes it so hard is that I think he feels the same way. Tavsiye etmiyorum sevmedim. Jun 29, Viola rated it did not like it.

This book is beyond crap.

And I don't mind good crap! This one, however, is so bloody identical to Perfect, it's almost as though she plagiarized her own work. I was literally predicting scenes and plot twists and was always right! She pretty much just took Perfect and changed the details such as names, settings and appearances. Otherwise, it's the exact same story with the exact same structure! I guess when you come out with a book a year, it's bound to happen.

Maybe an assistant wrote it for he This book is beyond crap. Maybe an assistant wrote it for her or something??? Oct 20, Gina rated it liked it Shelves: Decidely flat. Sure, he had the best education money can download, but he had no one to claim him as part of their family. But when Stavros Konstantatos took Mitchell under his wing, he taught Mitchell everything he knew, and Mitchell learned well. Now a self-made billionaire, Mitchell can afford the best of the best, and now that the Wyat Decidely flat.

Kate Donovan recently lost her father in an apparent drive-by shooting. Her boyfriend, Evan, whisks her away to Anguilla to help her grieve, only to leave her there as he is summoned back in court. Then she meets Mitchell, and as much as neither wants to believe, they are drawn to each other. But when her son is kidnapped with a ransom of 10 million, she knows she has no choice but to hunt down Mitchell. So, with that synopsis, I can honestly say: I was hoping for more of a case with the murder of his brother, but it was sidelined.

But for those who like nothing but romance, you may enjoy it. Aug 28, Amy Sanders rated it it was ok. Not the best JM novel. Many of the explanations of what is happening in the story comes from the undercover cops that are observing the main characters. I like knowing more of the main characters POV than feeling like an observer.

Some of the things I liked: I fet his story was plausible and heartbreaking. I liked that her story came out as she told him things about her life. I liked that she was not 'quick' to give in to him as in most romances. However, after the 'big misunderstanding' there is Not the best JM novel.

However, after the 'big misunderstanding' there is very little dialogue between the two. It is as if the book was ended too quick. I wasn't convinced that they had actually resolved their issues before they reconciled.

These two had some things to talk about. She explained why she did not tell him about his son in two sentences. He says "your right. He sees the child, she has a dinner with him where she explains her perspective of the 'big misunderstanding', he tells his. The next scene shows her trying on clothes with her friends for a date Many romance novels make the relationship mostly 'physical' but one of the reasons I like McNaught is the way she creates depth in her characters, at least there is a deeper basis for the relationship.

This one had some depth in the middle, but, after two years apart, the end was quick and lacked substance. Very disatisfying. View all 3 comments. And nothing even happened!

They would make progress and then slide back. Kate is utterly useless. I think she actually surpasses the Bella Swan Stupid level. And her excuse wa This book was awful. And her excuse was she was that thinking of breaking up with him anyway. Then, when the epically stupid misunderstanding happens fueled by way too many coincidences to be believed — even though we know they are , she's too stupid to figure out that this new impression of the guy she was 'OMG so in love' with after 26 hours wasn't wrong and just thinking about it clearly would have given her the right answer and it was hilarious that she was so in love with him when she didn't know all that much about him because he kept evading most of her questions on anything personal.

Then when everything implodes she still agrees to marry the boyfriend she doesn't even love! Then everything becomes Mitchell's fault for her. She feels bad about herself because of Mitchell. She's inept at running her father's restaurant because of Mitchell. She might not ever love her baby because it's Mitchell's.

I usually don't skim, but I started skimming through any part that featured Kate and then started skimming hardcore by the end so I could just finish this mess. I was hoping that Kate's best friend, Holly, would provide perspective. Usually, they're outside the situation and will say something like, "okay, he checked out of the hotel, you were supposed to be meeting at the wharf.

Did you check there first? Come on now. You didn't think he could have been lying about any of it? They were both entirely useless.

Kate is so wrapped up in herself that when she and Mitchell confronted each other at a fundraiser she didn't actually listen to any of the words he said.

Everything he said indicated a guy who had been unceremoniously dumped. Not the "monster" yes, she kept calling him that, because that's what a monster is. That is, until he dumped her for not aborting Mitchell's spawn.

Mitchell was the least stupid of the two. I could actually feel bad for him and take his side on most things. It was mostly just his slutty behavior and not doing something basic that could have helped avoid the whole misunderstanding plot line though his failure there was far less egregious than Kate's.

He simply didn't think to leave a note at the hotel for her because he had just found out his brother was dead, she has the depth and intelligence of a thimble. It's amazing how he kept being blamed in the end, even after what Kate did.

These characters were horrendous. What did Kate do? This next part is going to contain a lot of ranting, screaming and profanity. Yes, it got so much worse.

I didn't think I could hate Kate more, but apparently the loathsome piece of dirt had more in store. And instead of doing something about it, confronting him, acting like a decent human being she just packs it away. The story jumps two and a half years then.

The horrible bitch kept Mitchell's son from him! That is absolutely unforgivable. She is officially worse than trash in my book now. And I have so much fucking rage that if I were reading a physical book and not an ebook I would have thrown it across the room, then lit it on fire. Her excuse is that he let his first wife divorce him because he didn't want to have kids.The point is that Mitchell thinks that she is really on the date that she told him she was going to.

So be sure you get the updated version. Even though the little boy had never met his father until a few days ago, he has known him all of his life Very disatisfying. Can't Take My Eyes off of You. This one, however, is so bloody identical to Perfect, it's almost as though she plagiarized her own work.