Throwback Thursday: July 26th, 2018

I’ve decided to do Throwback Thursday but blog style. I am going to select a book I have read before and see if I would still read it.

This week’s Throwback Thursday is a historical romance.

Once and Always (Sequels, #1)

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Once and Always, one of Judith McNaught’s most masterful and moving love stories powerfully brings to life the fiery passion of a free-spirited American beauty and a troubled English lord.

Suddenly orphaned and alone, Victoria Seaton sails the vast ocean, eager to reclaim her heritage at Wakefield, the sumptuous English estate of a distant cousin, the notorious Lord Jason Fielding. Bewildered by his arrogance yet drawn to his panther-like grace, she senses the painful memories that smolder in his eyes. When he gathers her at last into his arms, arousing a sweet, insistent hunger, they wed and are embraced by fierce, consuming joy — free from the past’s cruel grasp. Then, in a moment of anguish, Victoria discovers the treachery at the heart of their love . . . a love she had dreamed would triumph not just once, but always.

Other places you can find Once and Always: Barnes and Noble


Did I like Once and Always when I first read it? Yes. I was on a Judith McNaught kick in my mid-20’s. This one was my one of my favorites.

Age I first read Once and Always: mid-20’s. So late 90’s/early 2000’s

Would I read Once and Always now: Yes.

How many stars did I give Once and Always when I first read it: 5 stars

How many stars will I give it now: 4 stars

Have you read Once and Always?

Did you like it?

Let me know!!

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