Books by Judith James

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Libertine's Kiss

A Blast from the Past review originally published on August 18, 2010 There are books I rather like and then, every once in a great while, there are books I love to the point of wanting everybody I know to go out and buy a copy. Libertine's Kiss is one of those rare books. This angsty historical is ...

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The Highwayman

Dashing rogues are a staple of the romance genre. They come in all shapes, sizes, and time periods, appearing frequently as pirates, dukes, or Navy SEALs. In this case our hero, one John Nevinson, appears as a notorious highwayman. His hijinks—as reported in the newspapers—capture the interest o ...

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Highland Rebel

Judith James’ debut novel, Broken Wing, easily ranks as one of my top three books of the past year. Therefore, I really wanted – more like badly wanted – to love Highland Rebel. Call it a case of high expectations but I expected, well…more, much more. The book reminds me o ...

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Broken Wing

I’ve been reading and reviewing romance novels for a long time now and there are times I think I’ve read it all, but then a book like Broken Wing comes along to make me sit up and take notice. I began reading it one night and stayed up till I finished it. It’s been quite a while since I’ve f ...