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Every Breath You Take: A Novel by Judith McNaught. Read online, or download in secure EPUB format. Editorial Reviews. Review. Judith McNaught is in a class by herself. USA TODAY A wonderful love story fast paced and exciting. Jude Devereaux A. Unforgettable characters, sizzling romance, and riveting suspense: These are the trademarks of beloved author Judith McNaught. Returning to.


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Every Breath You Take By Judith McNaught - FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. Every Breath You Take book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Unforgettable characters, sizzling romance, and riveting sus. Discover ideas about Judith Mcnaught. Every Breath You Take by Judith McNaught Book out of 5 stars Faith Worth · Saved toFree eBook Downloads! 9 .

Editorial Reviews Library Journal Oops! Kate has a fling with darkly attractive millionaire Mitchell Wyatt, then finds out that she like her paramour is suspected of murder.

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Q Can I redeem a coupon code. A There will always be a way to get a free book every Friday.. Q How long will it take to receive my order?. 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. 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.

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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. 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. 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.

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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.

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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. So she gets evidence that Mitchell wasn't what she assumed him to be. 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. 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!

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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. 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?

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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.They would make progress and then slide back. I was reading this to relax during study breaks.

I could actually feel bad for him and take his side on most things. Then when the story started moving the main characters were too stupid to deal with.

Chapter Thirteen. Friend Reviews. The story jumps two and a half years then.

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