“Whitney, My Love” stands as Judith McNaught’s timeless bestseller–a novel so rich with laughter, tears, and the power of dreams that millions of readers have returned to it again and again to savor its beauty and majesty.
Under the dark, languorous eyes of Clayton Westmoreland, the Duke of Claymore, Whitney Stone grew from a saucy hoyden into a ravishingly sensual woman. Fresh from her triumphs in Paris society, she returned to England to win the heart of Paul, her childhood love…only to be bargained away by her bankrupt father to the handsome, arrogant duke. Outraged, she defies her new lord. But even as his smoldering passion seduces her into a gathering storm of desire, Whitney cannot–and will not– relinquish her dream of perfect love.
“Whitney, My Love” is the second book in the Westmoreland series, coming right after “A Kindgdom of Dreams” ( of which, if you are interested, you can read my review here.) Curious fact, though, “Whitney, My Love” was the first book ever written by Judith McNaught, and when she saw the huge success it gained, so much that it soon became a New York Times bestseller, she decided to write a story about the first ever Duke of Claymore and his beloved, story that sets up “A Kingdom of Dreams”.