If you like Judith McNaught, you’ll probably also like….
— Lisa Kleypas’ Secrets of a Summer Night, whose entrepreneurial hero reminds me quite a bit of Jason from Once and Always;
— Elizabeth Stuart’s Heartstorm (with apologies, since this one may be hard to find– but it’s very McNaught-esque and it was also my favorite book for the entire summer of sixth grade. Who can resist a seventeenth century Scottish laird?);
— The Temptation of the Night Jasmine (I generally try not to plug my own books here, but this was my McNaught tribute book).
I’ve been thinking mainly of her historicals, but for those aficionados of Perfect and Paradise out there:
— Susan Elizabeth Phillips’ It Had to be You;
— Kathleen Gilles Seidel’s Again.
And I’m drawing a blank. Any other suggestions?