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A policewoman in a small Florida community, Sloan Reynolds knows that her modest upbringing was a long way from the social whirl of Palm Beach, the world inhabited by her father and her sister, Paris. Total strangers to Sloan, they have never tried to contact her — until a sudden invitation arrives, to meet them and indulge in the Palm Beach social season.A woman who valueA policewoman in a small Florida community, Sloan Reynolds knows that her modest upbringing was a long way from the social whirl of Palm Beach, the world inhabited by her father and her sister, Paris. Total strangers to Sloan, they have never tried to contact her — until a sudden invitation arrives, to meet them and indulge in the Palm Beach social season.A woman who values her investigative work, Sloan is unmoved by the long-overdue parental gesture. But when FBI agent Paul Richardson informs her that her father and his associates are suspected of fraud, conspiracy, and murder, Sloan agrees to enter into her father's life — while hiding her true profession.Sloan's on top of her game until she meets Noah Maitland, a multinational corporate player and one of the FBI's prime suspects — and finds herself powerfully attracted to him, against her deepest instincts. When a shocking murder shatters the seductive facade of the wealth and glamour surrounding her, Sloan must maneuver through a maze of deceit and passion, to find someone to trust — and to decipher the truth behind those terrifying whispers in the dark....

Title : Night Whispers
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ISBN : 9780671525743
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Number of Pages : 451 Pages
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Night Whispers Reviews

  • Meret Punk
    2018-10-28 18:15

    4 stars❤This was my first Judith Mcnaught book❤..It started my Judith Mcnaught addiction xD..This book was so good..I loved it !!❤..Noah Maitland❤

  • Mo
    2018-11-10 19:05

    3.5 starsAnother good read.... but ...Didn’t quite make the 5 stars though. Not sure what was missing but something was.“Being brave doesn't mean you're never afraid. Being brave means that, even though you're scared, you still do what you should do.”Even the sex scenes were lacking something! My expectations might have been a bit too high as I really liked the previous two books in the series.It was shorter than most of her other books and I found it ended sort of abruptly. I mean, I got closure and my HEA but there should have been something more.

  • Karla
    2018-10-25 21:13

    3.75 stars!

  • Jo
    2018-11-10 16:57

    Another great romance from an author I’ve come to love. Sloan was a great heroine, although her naïveté and innocence sometimes felt a bit OTT. But I loved her loyalty and her sassiness, and I loved how much she believed in Noah in the end.Noah was very sexy, and I loved how intensely he was attracted to Sloan right from the beginning.The romance was great, I loved the chemistry between Sloan and Noah, and how awkward she was around him at first. Luckily Noah is patient and determined, and he was set on wooing Sloan, no matter how many times she tried to push him away.The secondary characters were great, and I especially loved Noah’s father and sister.For me Judith McNaught equals passionate and beautiful love stories, like Someone to Watch Over Me, Paradise and Perfect, and while this book didn’t come near the excellence of the others, I still really enjoyed it. If you’re a fan of this author, then this is definitely a must read, and for those who have not yet read Judith McNaught, you are missing out.

  • Sophie ♥
    2018-11-17 19:08

    I have a lot to say about this book. It's definitely one that I want to share my opinions and thoughts with you guys on. So I know a lot of you are familiar with Judith McNaught's stormy and passionate 'epics' but her more recent works have been reaching further towards the crime genre. So my first piece of advice to any of you who are considering reading this book is this: don't expect the tragically beautiful love stories that characterise her older books. Night Whispers, Every Breath You Take and Someone To Watch Over Me are no longer the expertly crafted romances that Judith is known for. This is not to say they are not enjoyable - that is certainly a matter of opinion - but the prime focus of her most recent books is mystery and murder. In a nutshell this book can be summed up as an investigation into a web of lies, deceit and fraud followed by a climatic murder, some misunderstandings and a quick resolution. Compared to her other books, Night Whispers is a relatively short read of 464 pages. The heroine, Sloan, is a down-to-earth policewoman who is completely devoted to her job. Her father left with her sister thirty years ago and as a result they were raised in completely different worlds. Her modest upbringing was a long way from the social whirl of Palm Beach, the world inhabited by her father and her sister, Paris. Total strangers to Sloan, they have never tried to contact her -- until a sudden invitation arrives, to meet them and indulge in the Palm Beach social season. Sloan refuses until Paul Richardson informs her that her father is a suspect in a case of fraud. She agrees to go undercover and try to find evidence to incriminate him. Instead, she falls in love with Noah Maitland (a business associate of her father who is also being investigated for fraud) and begins building a relationship with her sister. After the sudden murder of their great grandmother, Sloan is wrongly accused of the murder and her cover is blown. Paul pursues his investigation of Noah even though he is entirely innocent and Noah can't believe that Sloan has betrayed him. Eventually everything turns out perfectly with Sloan and Paris's father being arrested, Paris and Paul getting together and Noah and Sloan reconciling.Throughout this book, I saw glimpses of Judith McNaught's sophistication and clever wit but because the focus of the story truly wasn't on the romance, the relationship between Noah and Sloan is poorly developed. What could've otherwise been an intriguing love affair was passed off as a quick fling leaving me feeling less than satisfied. Paul and Paris's story is never truly told although we do know they do end up marrying and having their happily ever after. For those of you who were looking forward to reading Paul's story after the part he played in Perfect, I think you'll be disappointed to hear he's become a lot more jaded and cynical in this book. Even though crime thrillers aren't my thing, I don't think this book was a complete disappointment. I still found myself enjoying it at moments and holding my breath to see what would happen next. My main criticism would be the lack of romance. I suppose if this book was longer, there would be more much more potential for a well-developed love story, but I don't believe that was Judith's intent. She has been known for switching genres to challenge herself and move away from stereotyping her writing style. If you are a Judith fan, I would recommend this book. I would also recommend it to those who enjoy a bit of mystery and murder. If you are neither of these, then I don't believe you will be interested in reading this one.Rate: 3.5-4 stars

  • Susan
    2018-10-25 16:06

    This is an unoriginal, boring, unattractive book.Sloan Reynolds is a very beautiful woman who is attractive to all men, and she doesn't know it. She is short, blonde, curvy and has lavender blue eyes. That is the most merciful description you will get of her appearance because the author deigns it useful to remind you almost constantly, and always with a mention of how gorgeous she is. Sloan is continuously complimented by those around her because of her extraordinary kindness and intelligence. She doesn't actually do anything commendable, the author just makes a big deal out of every single act of helpfulness. She also has no vices. There is nothing to add depth to this character at all, and the only reason she is "extraordinary" to characters in this book is that the author has gone to great lengths to pretend she is. Everyone else just exists to make up the numbers.There are, perhaps, only two characters in this book worth reading about, and they don't get enough time of day. Edith Reynolds is Sloan's estranged great-grandmother, and is a strict, cunning woman with more heart than her daughter and grandson. Unfortunately, she is also exploited by the author's need to prove Sloan irresistable. She is made to approve of everything she does and says, even when it makes no sense, and is then (view spoiler)[ murdered.(hide spoiler)]The second character is Andy Cagle, a Palm Beach officer who is part of the team investigating said event. I think we're supposed to dislike him straight off the bat, but he is set up to be clever and dedicated. Of course, Heaven forbid anyone but Sloan should be good at her job! He's forced to fail, take actions that have no explanation, and generally just provide brainless conflict. That glimpse of complexity still screams at me, but it's never seen again. He is then forgotten all about.Personally, I'd prefer to read a book about either of these two. Edith, dealing with her family drama in the past and watching them ruin their lives, all the while disapproving... Or Cagle, fresh on the force but terribly needed, who makes a few mistakes at first and has to live with him while he pursues better things. It would be so much more interesting than Sloan the Sloth.For the first half of this book, there is no direction. Sloan attracts men, saves children, makes friends with everyone, and occasionally tells Paul the FBI agent what has happened. Getting through this requires patience and kills a lot of brain cells. Then, somewhere in the second half, it remembers it's a mystery and makes stuff happen. Cue the murder! Do Paul and Sloan investigate? Nope. (view spoiler)[ We sit through an interview, go to Detective Flynn and Detective Cagle to how the police are coping with it, jump to Sloan and Paul to discuss Paris as a suspect, and then go on like this. There are no sly clues, no foreshadowing, and there is no chase. We are told everyone who is suspected, and for what reasons. Then we're led to believe that one of those goodie-goodie characters that Sloan converted was actually acting (and thus worthy of incredible praise in my eyes, as it'd make them the smartest person in the book). But, in a few pages, we're corrected, because Sloan is good and only likes good people, and nobody dislikes Sloan.(hide spoiler)]The climax scene is skipped with a blackout. We are informed about the events of it later. And everyone gets married because, hey, what is a woman without a man?If you're in this for the romance, forget it. There is one "love making" scene, and it's awful. Noah's description makes him sound like a high-rise building, Sloan's description makes it all sound like a doctor's health check, and it's as sexy as a fallen branch.Also, they need to stop talking about kids. Really.The writing itself is too keen to ramble on about Sloan's looks and talents (even if it means breaking the flow), adds in long descriptions about things that aren't relevant or interesting, and actually gets people's names wrong at times. For one sentence, Noah is Paul and Paris is Sloan. It's hilarious, but inappropriate.

  • Aisyah
    2018-11-06 20:10

    this is my 1st Judith McNaught book, because of it and the effects after reading it, i have to give it a 5star.the effects? i bought ALL JM books. and loving each of them. though, i am inclined to rate it less than 5, as compared to her other books, this 5 star represent the honour of it for changing my life.. chewahhh :)

  • Bedoor Khalaf
    2018-11-18 16:17

    Very enjoyable. I love the way Mcnaught describes the characters in details. The plot is very interesting.

  • Ash
    2018-11-01 21:13

    3.75 stars rounded up to 4

  • Elvie Doll
    2018-11-04 15:56

    This book felt formulaic and tired. Also, the first quarter of the book is filled with people and situations that I would avoid to my utmost in reality, which made that part of the story trying. The heroine's biological clock is practically deafening her, her mother comes across as a brainless twit, her best friend is portrayed to be shallow and mercenary, and her boss is such a blatant chauvinist that he ought to be up to his neck in lawsuits. Is it any wonder that I was questioning whether I would even finish this book?Things improve with a change of venue, which completely changes out that cast of characters, with the exception of the heroine. She, predictably, gets immediately swept into a sizzling romance with the brilliant, sexy, single billionaire next door. Because, they're just lying around for the taking all over the place. He is the requisite jaded womanizer, soured on women and relationships, who nevertheless is instantly entranced and sexually captivated by our naive, near-virginal sweetheart heroine, someone so flawless you need shades so as not to be blinded by her halo.Anyone who tries to bill this book as a suspense story is yanking your chain. The murder mystery is simplistic and easily solved, and the story revolves entirely around the relationships the heroine develops with her billionaire and some long-lost family members. Even the McNaughtian Great Misunderstanding which temporarily separates the two lovers seems limp and easily conquered compared to previous offerings, although, since the Great Misunderstanding is probably my least favorite McNaught trope, this was not really a negative for me. This one was easily solved because the characters got around to unstopping their ears and behaving like rational people much more quickly than usual.Despite these flaws, fans of McNaught's modern romances will probably find things to enjoy about this book. It benefits from her fluid prose, the pert, witty banter in which her characters engage, the lush, sweet sensuality of the physical romance, and the pleasure of having nearly every character's problems tied up in neat bows by the end of the story (even if some of the HEAs seem pat to the point of absurdity).All in all, this is the stalest of McNaught's books that I've read so far. McNaught is a talented writer. She just needs to get a new playbook.

  • Alicia (is beyond tired of your *ish)
    2018-10-24 17:07

    Oh, thank the Book Gods. I was so scared I was going to hate this. I loved Perfect but then I hated Every Breath You Take with the fiery passion of a thousand suns, so it was a real toss up as to whether or not I'd enjoy this. There was a lot in the blurb that said to me I might hate this book too, but it worked out in such a way that I did like it.While the pacing of the book was pretty weird, I liked the progression of the story and couldn't immediately guess who was guilty of what.I pretty much liked all of the characters (except, of course, Carter) and cared about them. I felt a lot of apprehension throughout at how hurt certain characters were going to be when the truth unraveled. It turns out one of the characters was actually in Perfect and I didn't realize until it was explained at the end of the book (I read Perfect two years ago) but I definitely remember them from that book. I'm not sure why, but it excited me to no end to find that out. I actually want to read that book again now.The only things I didn't like were that Sloan continually felt the need to make people feel better about Carter. Screw that asshole! He should have everyone hate him. There's no excuse for what he did. Especially blaming it on his mommy. He was a grown ass man. And the ending dropped the ball. I wanted, no I think we needed, more of that final scene. There needed to be more words between them. That epilogue was utterly useless. The first part was a total waste of irrelevant words and there were just a lot of things that were left unmentioned and questions unanswered. I might have been able to deal with that if it just ended with the last chapter, but with that epilogue I would expect to know much more than we were given. It felt really rushed, like she had to turn it in in a half hour and just typed up something really quickly. 3.5 stars. Down from four for the pacing and that ending.

  • Gamze
    2018-11-14 16:59

    http://gamzeninkitapdunyasi.blogspot.... Bir kitap kapağı, içerik ile ancak bu kadar alakasız olabilirdi. Yani kapağı gördüğünüz zaman yazarın tarihi aşk romanlarından birisi sanabilirsiniz. Ancak değil. Günümüz hikayelerinden biriydi.Evet, bu kitapta olan bir serinin 3. kitabıymış. Ve ben seriye 3. kitap ile başladım :) Sanırım bu kitapta adı geçen FBI ajanı Paul diğer bir kitapta daha varmış. Söylemeliyim ki yazar sağ gösterip soldan vurdu. Bunu neden diyorum.. Ben açıkçası arka kapağı okuduğum zaman dedim ki tamam Sloan ile Paul bir işbirliği yapacaklar ve bunun sonunda da birbirlerinden etkilenir, mutlu mesut geçinir giderler diyordum kii.. Karşımıza Noah çıktı :D İyiki de çıktı hani ;)Açıkçası yazarın bende 8 kitabı olmasına rağmen şu zamana kadar sadece Düşler Krallığı kitabını okumuştum. Bu kitapta bana nedense mesela malum ikili arasında gelişen seks sahnelerinin bu kadar üstü kapalı ve kötü yazabileceğini nedense düşünmemiştim. Düşler Krallığında böyle olduğunu hatırlamıyorum ama.. Bir de mesela yan karakterleri Paul ve Paris'in gelişimlerine de daha fazla şahit olmak isterdim.Sloan karakterini çok sevdim. Görevine bağlı, idealist biri. Noah ile tanıştığı ilk anda ondan etkilenmesine çok şaşırmıştım. Dedim ya ben esas adamımız Paul sanıyordum :) Özellikle Charlotte ile konuşmalarını okurken ayrı bir keyif aldım. Noah ise ayrı bir olay. Yazar hani uzun bir süre o adamdan bile şüphelendiriyor okuyucusunu :D Gerçi sonlarında Sloan'a dinlemeden etmeden yargısız infaz yapmasına biraz kızsamda.. Yine de yola gelmesine sevindim :)Kitabı kesinlikle tavsiye ederim. Aşk, gerilim, macera, polisiye yazar hepsini tek elde toplamış ve sonunda okuyucusunu şaşırtmayı da başarmış :)

  • Susan
    2018-10-21 17:09

    Yuck. Bluck. Ick. Judith McNaught is well-known for her very thick scenes--"thick" meaning lots of description, good backstory, maybe a tad too much internal dialogue. But her characterizations and storytelling are what make her stories great reads.Not so this book.Night Whispers reads like a ghostwriter wrote it. It was filled with very thin scenes, and barely any romance (which, for a romantic suspense, is a touch odd), and a way-too-transparent suspense that wasn't suspenseful. I gave it 100 pages, which is when the heroine met the romantic interest, and it still didn't pick up speed. I skimmed and scanned to the end and realized I missed absolutely nothing.Sniff sniff. I hate wasting my time with a bad book. And as an author myself, I hate giving bad reviews. But I'm not on Goodreads to lie, either.

  • ❤️☘D♡K☘❤️
    2018-11-03 22:17

    That was BRILLIANT!!!Okay.. here is the thing about this book.. I complained about why Ms. McNaught's books in this series is so long.. but in this story I was like.. where is the rest of it? I want more!!A beautiful, marvelous tale! And a lovely way to tell it! You never get disappointed with Ms. McNaught's books and you'll always hunger for more..On for the next one ;)

  • Jenny
    2018-11-09 19:52

    Sloan is one of those heroines that, based on the blurb on back of the book, you're pretty sure you're going to hate. She's blonde, gorgeous, has no idea she's gorgeous, rescues children, kites, puppies, and old ladies, and can kick your butt if she feels the need. But somehow, I didn't hate her, probably because she was just so darn *nice*. Sloan is very happy being a policewoman (a very beloved policewoman - see aforementioned children, kites, puppies, and old ladies) in her small town whe her father calls her out of the blue. As it happens, Sloan has never met her uber-wealthy father - he abandoned her mother while she was pregnant with our heroine and tricked her into signing away all rights to their older daughter, Paris. So Sloan has no desire nor intention of reconciling with the man... until an FBI agent convinces her it's her duty to do so. You see, her father is under suspician of... something... and Mister FBI thinks the family bonding time would be an excellent way for him to get in and do some looking around. What is our poor heroine to do but pretend to be an airheaded interior designer and try to make nice with her coldly perfect society sister and possibly criminal (and nonetheless still despised) father. And the ridiculously handsome and even-more-ridiculously wealthy neighbor makes things even more interesting... A decently-crafted bit of romantic suspense. And I didn't want to throttle either hero or heroine when I was finished... Score one for McNaught.

  • O
    2018-11-16 19:04

    I grew up on harlequin romances! 15 century british romances, half indian -half white man kidnap beauty romance, but after reading Twilight my first vampire and werewolf book, and first series book, I left my 13 year love affair with romances behind and graduated to YA novels, more vamps, utopia, dystopia etc....still desiring someone to fall in love with another someone.....but nothing like the unbridled passion between the pages I'd read for ages. All that to intro this book. I thought it a mystery romance...but while it did have mystery and intrigue, it was undeniably a romance book!But it was ensconced in this beautifully wholesome package of wonderful writing, and loveable characters, that by the time I realized what was taking place, I was hapless to put the book down.I simply enjoyed this book! Sloan may read like a girl scout barbie come to life, but she is just so darn adorable and likeable, you just can't resist the pull to love her too!!It isn't complicated and inundated when far fetched plot twists......sigh! I tell you this book was like a slice of homemade apple pie!...simple, wholesome goodness!

  • Jana
    2018-10-22 22:49

    I didn't work out because of numerous reasons. One, this is late McNaught work where she couldn't fill her stories adequately. Was she rushed by her publisher, did she feel she was neglecting her personal life while developing this story, was she frustrated because she felt like her inspiration lost her? Three love stories together, none of them worked. Sloan and Noah, not believable but believable, but truly in the end really not believable. Paris and FBI agent, no. And Sloan's friend and the policeman Jess. Uff, sick to my stomach no. I love McNaught because she left this huge legacy that I adore so I don't really mind that some of her books are this bad, because I've spent so many hours enjoying those ones which are exquisite. What I attach with her name is feeling of warmth and deep appreciation. In a way, she is a synonym for a book home.

  • Beliz
    2018-11-18 23:04

    Okurken sıkıldığım Ve olayların bir an önce sona ermesini beklediğim bir kitaptı.

  • Zoe
    2018-10-22 17:08

    The beginning was atrocious -- sappy, 2D, like an amateur, fake opening. I felt like gagging.But I kept reading, and I was glad I did so. Not as good as some of her others -- there was a plot hole or two, the male lead was exactly like all of her others, which is getting dull, etc. But there were some good characters, as well, especially Courtney. My brain is mushier than a day ago, which was exactly my intent. These books are meant to be read for pure entertainment and fluff, and that's the way you have to approach them. No great literary content here, but good fun, and a reliable happy-ever-after.

  • BrendaBritton
    2018-11-17 18:07

    I love JM books so I loved this one. It was a combination of a mystery and romance but I wondewred at first if Paul Richardson was going to fall in love with Sloan especially because of his early introduction in the book. I did like Noah though and wanted her to fall for him which she did. I liked the suspense and there was the sadness when it seemed things were not going to work out which is enough to cause a few tears.

  • Kozmokitap
    2018-11-07 18:54

    Yazarın okuduğum ilk kitabıydı. Beklentimin üzerinde buldum, çok sevdim kitabı.

  • Cindy
    2018-11-14 21:12

    A solid 4.5 stars. Once again, lovable characters and the perfect balance of light romance and suspense.

  • Ns
    2018-11-09 16:48

    Night Whispers wasn't bad but it wasn't completely satisfying, compared to other novels by Judith McNaught. The storyline initially captured my interest, focusing more on suspence and intrigue, which is a departure from her other novels, which tend to reflect a tumultuous and passionate love story. Sloan Reynolds is a detective living a modest life, far removed from the glamour and wealth of her father and sister who she has never met. When she is given an opportunity to reunite with her estranged family she refuses not desiring to see a family who has never bothered to contact her since she was born. However, when she is asked to investigate her father concerning illegal matters she relents and immerses herself into the life of glamour. It is there that she meets Noah Maitland, a man completely different from her but who she ends falling in love with. Only there is trouble in paradise and a murder that puts Sloan in the middle of things. Though interesting in theory, what was lacking was the chemistry between Sloan and Noah, who aren't introduced until a while into the story and even then their relationship progress is slow and lukewarm. Though, a story can still be interesting without strong chemistry or emotional intensity between the characters, the plotline itself was slow in progressing. There was a lot of insinuating and assumptions but much remained a mystery until the end. Instead of finding that to be exciting and reviting it felt more of a drag and letdown. What was enjoyable was how Sloan was presented with strength. An intelligent, independent woman with a modest lifestyle who meets a man that complement her strengths, only there lacked emphasis on the building of their relationship. This left it feeling much like a whirl-wind romance, in which the meeting, falling in love, and forgiving aspects happening too quickly. Unfortunately, there was less for to savor and more to anticipate.

  • Surreysmum
    2018-11-05 20:50

    I'm a bit out of my genre here, and I'm seriously not a romance fan (unless of course it's slash fanfiction), so take that as context, if you will, for the two stars. I pretty much rolled my eyes through most of the characterization - it all seemed incredibly light and fluffy, and then the sheer wallowing in the depiction of the lives of the wealthy made me slightly nauseous. However, just as I was about to throw in the towel, we actually got some plot (praise the literary gods!), and the resolution of the relative state of guilt of the various characters was done with reasonable aplomb. I still object to the whole spunky-girl-is-blown-away-by-her-hormonal-reaction-to-domineering-male plot though. Charlotte Bronte did it first and best; no need to constantly recycle it, and I think there are more than enough questions left at the end of the novel about exactly what Mr. Noah Maitland does for a living that any sensible woman would give him a wide berth, regardless of whether anything could be proved against him. But then, I also frowned and said, "stupid choice" when she fell into bed with him right after discovering a loaded machine gun amongst a cache of weapons on his private yacht. So there you go. McNaught also carefully avoided, in her short and sappy epilogue, the question of whether Sloan Reynolds, apparently a highly skilled police officer, abandoned her career when she got her happy-ever-after with her incredibly wealthy husband. I just have this sickening feeling we are to assume she did.So much for too-quick selection of subway reading at dollar-a-go church book sales. I was fooled by the "breathtaking suspense and harrowing plot twists" advertised on the back cover. Oh well, at least I saved a bit of time by skipping the entirely superfluous sex scenes.

  • Teresa
    2018-10-24 19:54

    Loved Noah and Sloan <3. Great plot and there is somewhat of a murder mystery for the last quarter of the novel. Someone killed Sloan's great grandmother (95 years old). The beginning started off a little slow but it created a good backdrop and insight to Sloan's life as a cop and how she was raised by a single mother and her best friend Sara who is almost like a sister to her. You don't meet Noah until further into the book when Sloan agrees to go undercover into the Reynold's family to assist Paul (the undercover FBI) with his mission. At first I thought her love interest might have been Paul as McNaught went into detail about Paul in length - however it was setting for Paul and Sloan's sister', Paris, to be the 2nd couple in the book.I love how Sloan was such a strong character. She made it on her own, despite having a sexist/egotist for the chief in her police department. She almost practically raised her mother up as her mother was bad with finances and easily tricked (just a real big softy).Courtney, Noah's younger sister, was a great addition to the cast of characters, she helped bring Noah and Sloan together despite her childish and rebellious behavior.Loved the epilogue - it's a Happily Ever After ending (view spoiler)[ Sloan is married to Noah and they have a daughter together. Sloan's mother, Kimberly is married Noah's dad, Douglas. Definitely a complicated family there. lols. As per Courtney's wish or joke - she probably ended up on the talk show about rich messed up families.(hide spoiler)]

  • ✧✦♔ⱮČ♕✦✧ (Michelle)
    2018-11-09 19:04

    Night WhispersNoah Maitland and Sloan Reynolds5/5 StarsNight Whispers is the third book of Second Opportunities series by Judith McNaught.Favorite Quotes"It's a relief that they don't impress you either. That way, I can soothe my wounded pride with the knowledge that I'm not the only one who can't get anywhere with you." -Noah"Let's not play games with each other. I've already played them all, and you wouldn't enjoy them even if you knew how to play them." -Noah"You take my breath away." -Noah"I wouldn't know about that. My disposition is always sweet." -Sloan"Then come and share it with me… I missed you. You're addictive." -Noah"He who does not help with the cooking does not get to help with the eating." -Sloan"You make everything seem like fun." -Noah"Thank you." -Sloan"I'm crazy about you." -Noah"Thank you." -Sloan"Is that all?" -Noah"You make me feel like a high school boy in love for the very first time." -Noah"Yes, I know, but that wouldn't have stopped me from falling more hopelessly in love with you every day. You don't want marriage, and I would have wanted to be your wife." -Sloan

  • Maria Sanigan
    2018-11-12 15:57

    Closing your eyes to try to treasure and preserve that beautiful feeling you have in your heart is a great way to express how much you loved and still loves what you read. That unfathomable feeling you have that drowns your heart in a state of indescribable satisfaction and contentment tends to give way to a deeper and more meaningful appreciation of the masterpiece you have encountered. I will tell you one honest thing that came into my mind after reading this novel. GRATEFULNESSBeing grateful that due to my affection in reading books I encountered a very beautiful one. The story was simple in itself, but it is thought-provoking and undeniably powerful that it will lead your heart to be desperate of expressing your gratefulness for having read such a noble story. The mystery included, the greed and cruelty, and the undeniable true love were all together the things that made the story capable of inspiring readers to look forward and to hope for Second Opportunities in their lives. I hope the wonderful people who made time to be able to read such an inspiring masterpiece, would be thankful for this blessing that can eventually lead to life changing and heartwarming circumstances.GODSPEED, Readers!

  • Michelle K
    2018-10-24 20:08

    Night Whispers was ok. Not the greatest. On the good side it did have quite a bit of suspense and I was really rooting for the villian not to be who I thought it was going to be. The reason that it fell flat for me was the romance aspect. There was potential for Noah (rich business man) and Sloan (female cop) to be really good but to me there was no chemistry. It seemed forced and not smooth. The ending was way to rushed. I think it was because the ending chapter wrapped up with her apologizing and then the Epilogue included their 3 year old daughter. I was "wtf" waaaay to quick. The secondary characters Paul Richardson (from Perfect) and Paris completly dropped off. The entire book included so much content about them and then they were gone with no ending. I didn't like that much.

  • Hanife
    2018-11-12 15:48

    Noah (Daşlığınla Yaktın Kavurdun Gençliğinde Karşılaşsak Küllerimi Süpürürdün Heralde hihih ♥) Olay kızımız Sloan ın babasının kendisiyle temas kurması üzerine FBI ın ünlü dedektiflerden biri ismini şimdi zikredemiyorum aklımda değil Kusursuzdaki FBI ın ta kendisi :D Neyse kızımızı buluyor ve babasının yasadışı işler çevirdiğini ve bu olayı bulmakta kızın ona yardım etmesini istiyor kızımızda bu FBI ile oraya sevgili gibi tatile gidiyorlar :D emme velakin gel görün ki :D Bizim kızımızın kardeşinin nişanlısı var ki evlere şenlik anacım :lol: Noah ♥ Evet bir partner değişimi yapılıyor süper herşey yolunda derkene dı dı dım :D Bir Polis sireni bütün büyüyü bozuyor :D Ayrıca Noah ın adını unuttum çatlak kızkardeşinide çok sevmiştim ♥ Hikaye çok güzel değil ama okumanızı öneririm ;)

  • Sababa
    2018-10-24 23:04

    It was not the usual Judith McNaught book. There was mystery and it just seemed I was reading someone else's book. But I liked the changed. The plot was not bad. But I wish she had elaborated Sloan and Noah's love story. Noah's personality lacked few things. I felt there were few questions unanswered in my mind. It was fun to read about Paul Richardson. I never guessed that he was the same guy from Perfect. It was hilarious. I loved Courtney. I think I would like to read her story some day.It was a pretty good story!