Romance Author Paula Judith Johnson
Romance Author Paula Judith Johnson

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Sequel to Starting Over. (Be the first to write a review)

Paula Judith Johnson writes a compelling story with passion and polish! Muriel Jensen (romance writer for Harlequin)

 

I had to reach out to you because Starting Over was a great book! I started it yesterday and finished it today! I just couldn't put it down! Just wanted to say thanks for a great read and for signing it! I can't wait to read the sequel! T. Lester

 

I enjoyed the characters and locations in this book very much and hope for a sequel as they seems like "friends". I tried to take my time with the story to savor the experience. Thank you to the author. Look forward to more. Cindy S.

 

A tantalizing tease from start to finish, Starting Over had me wishing I was the main character - or at least young enough again to be! May I suggest a bottle of light wine and an afternoon at the beach with this book as your companion? Double the recommendation if you are vacationing in Seaside Oregon. Enjoy! Larae P.

Great book, it stayed with me long after I finished it. Complicated plot, you don’t what’s going to happen next. Bev M.

Excellent plot, characters, bits of humor that gave it a light touch. I cared about the characters and got into the story. Lorna W.

Thoroughly enjoyed Sweetbriar.  I liked the historical background and the depth of the characters, both good and bad. Gene H.

I love a book that I hate to put down. Sweetbriar held my imagination captive from cover to cover. Its characters are artfully realistic yet dashingly romantic. Larae P.

I loved the back and forth over the Atlantic during the early 1800's and getting a sense of the conflicts of the period. The romances pulled me in. I loved the characters and hope to see this as a movie. Ann G.

One of those things that makes a good author is their ability to make an unreal character look real. This author is no exception. The story is entertaining and was well told. Kim A.

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