Double Standards by Judith McNaught – “Judith McNaught not only spins dreams , but she makes them come true. She makes you laugh, cry, and fall in love. 3 Sep Double Standards. Judith McNaught. Buy This Book. Double Standards was a fun romp of a book. I picked it up because it’s set in Michigan. Read “Double Standards” by Judith McNaught with Rakuten Kobo. Discover the sensual and sweeping power of love in New York Times bestselling author.
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By portraying her protagonists with verve and good humor, and adroitly mixing corporate maneuvers and passionate encounters, McNaught has produced a captivating tale. Lauren’s father is a sick man with no health insurance, leaving Lauren desperate to find a way to deal with the mounting medical bills.
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Further, he is the typical modern romance stereotype: A man used to the very best, Nick hired Lauren Danner, and assumed the proud beauty would soon be another easy conquest.
Standsrds normally stay away from these nowadays but nothing in my audiobook shelves interested me, I was already bored with J D Robb stopped at Vengeance, book 6 and decided on this old McNaught when a friend offered. Oct 07, Amy Sanders rated it liked it. In Harbor Springs, Lauren charms her way through the celebrities at the party, impressed with Nick’s acquaintances who appear to be so far above him in class and economic standing. Totally a big no no for certified evil man pretending to be a hero at the end.
Double Standards is quintessential 80s contemporary romance and I loved it. Years of performing in front of an audience had taught her how to conceal her turbulent nervousness, and now standadds enabled her to approach Philip Whitworth with an outward appearance of quiet poise as he got to his feet, an expression of astonishment on his aristocratic features.
I suppose everyone is entitled to a slip from perfection every now and again.
Though his hair was silvering, his tanned face was relatively unlined, and there was no sign of excess weight on his tall, well-built body. Karla, this one is being sent to you. Judith McNaught’s Official Site.
Now, if you apply at Sinco this afternoon and they offer you a secretarial position, I want you to take it. This book is underrated in my opinion. It’s no secret that I adore Judith McNaught and I’m definitely glad to be given an excuse to re-read any of her works at any time. Too Hot To Juditj. The Thing About Love. There were some of her comments that I wanted to stand up and cheer.
However, Lauren changes her mind on the way to the interview and purposely fails her employment tests. Fired up for books!
Talk about an emotional rollercoaster. She was about nine years standarvs, chubby, with freckles and a mop of reddish hair that looked as if it was never properly combed. Jul 13, Slavena rated it it was amazing Shelves: She says she has an appointment with you to discuss employment. This book did it for me.
Twelve thousand people depend on Whitworth Enterprises for their livelihoods. I read the entire thing in one sitting.
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I prefer assholes in Bodice Rippers but not in regular romance. I enjoyed it somewhat! Nick refuses to allow Lauren to explain herself, instead believing the evidence over her word. Over-all an entertaining read, but diuble parts made me feel like punching something.
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I liked this one better. Her father supported her for years, paying for her education, and now she feels the burden of doing her share to help him out. The storyline seemed very rushed and the chemistry between the two was at a standrds luke warm In recent years, a company called Sinco has become our biggest competitor.
He also has some mother issues, which the heroine magically fixes. There are more than thirty million copies of her books in print. One Summer of Tsandards. He made me all ragey while reading this.