Wild Orchids

Wild Orchids

Book - 2003
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With 28 New York Times bestsellers to her name, Deveraux rates among the most beloved authors of this generation. In a story that ultimately comes to remind readers of life's endless possibilities for renewal and redemption, she introduces a wonderfully compelling pair of protagonists sure to captivate readers everywhere.
Publisher: New York : Atria Books, 2003.
ISBN: 9780743437127
Characteristics: 341 p. ;,24 cm.


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Jul 19, 2018

Slow going at first, but then the story started to pick up. Glad I didn't just put it down after the first couple pages.

booklady1 Sep 02, 2014

Heartwarming,entertaining, endearing, and real....with characters you'll love. This is my second read and I enjoyed it quit well!

ladydebv Mar 28, 2013

Another great read by Jude. her books are hard to put down. I love the way she puts a magical or supernatural spin to her stories. They add so much to her tales, but do not make them unrealistic in anyway. her stories of love are very believable and have great depth to them. They are not all about sex and predictable happy endings. Her characters really come alive. When finishing one of her books, I always want to run right out and get another one ASAP. One of my favorite authors.

Aug 22, 2012

I loved this book it was unlike anything she has ever written i could not put down. fast but engaging read. get ready to get hooked u won't put it down.

Feb 17, 2010

I liked the way this book was written (switching back and forth between Jackie and Ford). It was a really interesting story but I prefer more realistic books. This book has a paranormal aspect.

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