From sensational New York Times bestselling author Judith McNaught comes the spellbinding novella from the bestselling collection A Gift of Love, now. Discover more about Double Exposure - a holiday-themed short story by bestselling author Judith McNaught. N DECEMBER 21 AT SEVEN, WHEN COREY CAME DOWNSTAIRS in her gown of royal blue silk and matching blue high heels, she didn't look or feel like a.
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Double Exposure by Judith McNaught. One. OBLIVIOUS TO THE SPECTACULAR VIEW BEYOND THE GLASS wall of the Houston high-rise that housed the. Double Exposure. Home · Double Exposure Author: McNaught Judith. 22 downloads Views KB Size Report. DOWNLOAD LIT · Double Exposure. From bestselling author Judith McNaught. Stepsisters To ask other readers questions about Double Exposure, please sign up. Be the first to . Shelves: pdf.
Nice light story. Afterward, she went downstairs and asked her family never to mention to Spencer that she had waited for him or had been disappointed in any way that he failed to show up. Within 66 pages, Judith Mcnaught introduced so many characters. Corey listened to that shattering recitation in anguished disbelief, fighting back tears. Rhoda rated it it was amazing Jul 03, Showing
Twenty minutes later, Mr. Foster came back. Corey took one look at his angry eyes and hesitant expression, and she knew the news was bad. It was worse than bad; it was devastating: Her father had spoken with the family chauffeur, who lived in an apartment above the garage, and the chauffeur had told him that Spencer had decided not to come home for the holidays, after all. Corey listened to that shattering recitation in anguished disbelief, fighting back tears.
For the next week, she jumped every time the phone rang, convinced he would call to explain and apologize. Afterward, she went downstairs and asked her family never to mention to Spencer that she had waited for him or had been disappointed in any way that he failed to show up. Still furious at the hurt Corey had suffered, Mr.
Foster argued vehemently that Spencer was getting off much too lightly and deserved to be horsewhipped, at least verbally if not physically! When Mr.
Diana, who was aas angry with Spencer as her father was, nevertheless sided with Corey. She lugged them up to the attic, intending the remove the pictures some day and use the albums and frames for photographs of more worthy subjects than Spencer Addison. When she went to bed that night, Corey did not cry, nor did she let herself ever again fantasize about Spencer Addison. She had packed away more than his pictures that day; she had put away the last traces of adolescence with all its lovely, impossible dreams.
After that, fate presented her with only two opportunities to see Spencer, had she wanted an excuse to talk to him. Corey attended the funeral with her family, but when they went to talk to Spencer, she deliberately let herself be obscured by the crowd of mourners. With her gaze on the flower-strewn coffin, Corey paid her last respects to the elderly woman in silence, with a prayer, while tears of sorrow slid unnoticed down her cheeks.
And then she left. She spent his wedding night doing exactly what she knew he would be doing that night: Unfortunately the young man to whom she had chosen to surrender her virginity was a much better friend and confidant than he was a lover, and she ended up weeping her heart out in his awkward embrace.
In time, she forgot about Spencer entirely. Towards the end, I was pretty much scanning to see how it ends. Having read Paradise and Whitney, my love from JM, I only wish this book was also equally as good as those two. Feb 17, Lalu rated it liked it. The book ended so abruptly. Mar 14, Mashael rated it did not like it. Short and insipid.
Apr 01, Stacy rated it it was ok Shelves: I just needed something very light now, something what does not need to think about. Then J.
McNaught came to my mind as I was fond of this kind of books in my early teens. If I compare this one with my old impressions of her others book, it is very, very weak. Or maybe I have just changed a lot since that time In one word: Feb 28, Angela Noviana rated it liked it Shelves: A sweet side story about Corey, Diana's stepsister. Dec 29, Yona rated it really liked it Shelves: That was a really fast read. It was a nice story with a happy ending and it was perfect for a winter morning at home.
May 05, anh rated it did not like it Shelves: Jun 10, Katherine rated it liked it. This is the first of a to book sequel. I read the 2nd book first, which is called Remember When. Nice light story. Feb 22, Jen rated it it was amazing.
Super romantic and beautiful yet tragic love story!
Mar 08, Nida rated it really liked it. Feb 02, Susan rated it liked it. Sep 25, Nellie Allred rated it really liked it.
I really like that this one tied Remember When together. Making the story even better was getting to find out more about Cory.
Cute fun read. Aug 09, Dewi Read rated it really liked it. Nov 13, Shahnaaz rated it it was ok Shelves: Nov 14, Aiman rated it it was amazing.
Oct 27, S rated it it was ok. The secret to appreciating this book is to manage your expectations.
I find this highschool-ish but enjoyed it still. Again, manage your expectations aka read blurb. Rhoda rated it it was amazing Jul 03, Zaila rated it really liked it Feb 21, Norhan K kamal rated it it was ok Feb 12, Rebecca rated it really liked it Dec 18, Shruti rated it liked it Feb 25, Ariella rated it it was amazing Oct 04, Carin Borland rated it it was amazing Apr 07, Katie rated it it was amazing Jul 12, Quyen rated it liked it Mar 29, Mary Hibdon rated it really liked it Sep 28, Nell rated it it was amazing Oct 11, Christine Cantu rated it it was ok Jul 24, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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