Books by Judith Gould

THE PARISIAN AFFAIR by Judith Gould
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 5, 2004

"Toothless thriller, written to old-fashioned glitz specifications: European settings, tons of silly sex, and scheming bitches by the score."
Emeralds to die for. Read full book review >
THE GREEK VILLA by Judith Gould
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 7, 2003

"This latest from bestselling Gould (The Best Is Yet to Come, 2002, etc.) is—well, indescribable."
A mother's little ghostwriter digs up family secrets galore. Read full book review >
THE BEST IS YET TO COME by Judith Gould
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 5, 2002

"More polished than this popular author's usual (A Moment in Time, 2001, etc.), but still with plenty of sweaty sex for the fans."
Wronged wife vs. beautiful mistress. And the winner is . . . . Read full book review >
A MOMENT IN TIME by Judith Gould
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 6, 2001

"Strictly for Gould fans (Rhapsody, 1999, etc)."
Lady vet finds true love with scarred recluse, in another fast-paced, lubricious soaper from Gould. Read full book review >
RHAPSODY by Judith Gould
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Nov. 8, 1999

"Even with the dropping of some upscale labels you won—t find in Jackie Collins, a fairly lackluster kitchen-sinker."
Once again, Gould (Till the End of Time, 1998, etc.) brokers soapy transactions among the very rich and gorgeous. Read full book review >
SECOND LOVE by Judith Gould
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Dec. 8, 1997

"Gould's fourth hardcover (Too Damn Rich, 1992, etc.) is one of her sillier offerings, with lots of explicit sex mixing pain with pleasure, and orgasms with visions of flower gardens, like clichÇs in ecstasy."
Gould continues in the Sidney Sheldon tradition, this time with echoes of Windmills of the Gods: a widowed heroine, a hit- woman, and a group of ominously foreign bad guys. Read full book review >
TOO DAMN RICH by Judith Gould
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 28, 1995

"What it lacks in suspense, it makes up for in silk-covered walls and bibelots."
Two-dimensional escapist fiction from Gould (Forever, 1992, etc.)a wedding of Judith Krantz and Sidney Sheldonenlivened by the author's spirited heroines and her deliciously dishy view of life at the top. Read full book review >
FOREVER by Judith Gould
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Dec. 10, 1992

"It's the Sidney- Sheldon-gone-kinky approach, and here—as in Gould's others—it'll most likely work."
Escapist commercial fiction of operatic scale is Gould's niche (Never Too Rich, 1990, etc.), and, here, she claims her stake there again with a wild-ride-of-a-book about a woman who goes to incredible lengths to track down her grandfather's murderers. Read full book review >