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Until You takes the readers back into the elegant London of the 1820s. This unforgettable romantic adventure starts with Sheridan Bromleig, a teacher in a school meant for rich young women, who is given the task of chaperoning one of the students, the heiress Charise Lancaster to England to meet Lord Burleton, her husband-to-be. On their way, Charise Lancaster elopes with a stranger leaving behind a perplexed Sheridan who now has to explain this to Charise's future husband.
As Sheridan walks along the pier, waiting for her is the Earl of Langford, Stephen Westmoreland who mistakes her for Charise Lancaster and goes on to tell her about his unintended role in a fatal accident the night before that involved Lord Burleton. When Sheridan is about to respond, she is struck by a cargo net that is loaded with crates.
On waking up, Sheridan finds herself in Westmoreland's mansion having lost her memory. The only thing that links her to the past is the baffling fact that everyone is addressing her as Miss Lancaster. The other thing that she knows is that she is falling hopelessly in love with Stephen Westmoreland.
About Judith McNaught
Judith McNaught is a renowned author of contemporary romance and historical novels.
A few of the other books written by her are Whitney, My Love, Once and Always, Someone to Watch Over Me and Remember When.
McNaught was born in San Luis Obispo on May 10, 1944. She graduated from the Northwestern University majoring in Business. Prior to becoming a successful author, she worked as an assistant controller for a trucking company, an assistant director for a film crew, and as a president of an executive search firm. She also has to her credit of being the first ever woman executive producer for a CBS radio station. Her books have won a number of awards like Affaire de Coeur Reviewer's Choice Award for Best Historical Romance, Romantic Times Reviewers' Choice Award for Best Harlequin Superromance and Romantic Times Career Achievement Award for Best New Historical Romance. Apart from writing, she is actively involved in promoting literacy issues, breast cancer causes and children's charity. She currently lives in Houston.