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Almost Heaven is a classic tale of two stubborn lovers Elizabeth Cameron and Ian Thornton by one of the bestselling author of history and romance novels Judith McNaught.
Summary Of The Book
Almost Heaven is a delightful story of two young lovers Elizabeth Cameron, the Countess of Havenhurst, and Ian Thornton, a very wealthy man and a gambler.
An adventurous story of love, betrayal, and deceit, the story of Almost Heaven unveils around distrust and devotion of the two lovers, in the backdrop of posh London and the strange highlands of Scotland. Elizabeth Cameron and Ian Thornton are made for each other, yet they are cautious about each other's intentions. Elizabeth's fame is in stake as she owes lots of debts. Her only chance to get back her lost fame is to repay the debt. What is her plan to pay off? What is Ian Thornton's motive behind wooing Elizabeth? Or, is there any motive at all? Are they really destined to be with each other? This beautiful novel by the renowned writer Judith McNaught will answer all these questions that a reader might have.
About Judith McNaught
Judith McNaught is a bestselling author of contemporary novels based on romance and history.
Some of the historical novels authored by Judith McNaught are A Kingdom of Dreams, Until You, Whitney, My Love, and Someone Like You. Some of the other books written by her are Tender Triump, Double Standards, Paradise, Night Whispers, Every Breath You Take, Remember When, Perfect, Someone to Watch Over Me, and "Double Exposure" in A Gift of Love.
Judith McNaught was born in San Luis Obispo, in the year 1944. She received her graduation in Business from the Northwestern University. She was one among the first romance genre authors to have signed a multi-million dollar contract. She was the first woman to work as an executive producer for CBS radio station. She holds the credit of discovering a new sub-genre of Historical novels called Regency Romances.
She has achieved various awards like Affaire de Coeur Golden Pen Certificate, Romantic Times Career Achievement Award, Romantic Times Reviewers' Choice Award and Affaire de Coeur Reviewer's Choice Award.