Judith McNaught Writing Styles in Something Wonderful

Judith McNaught
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Point of View

The book is written in the third person omniscient point of view. The reader knows the feelings of all the main characters and their motives. The writer does an excellent job at adding suspense and making the reader question the real motives of the characters, even though everything is revealed through their thoughts. This is an effective and traditional point of view for romance novels because it shows how each person feels about the other, and the struggles they have when trying to profess or otherwise hide their loves.

Setting

The book takes place in England in the years 1814-1815. The story begins with Jordan and Lady Grangerfield, two members of the upper class, having an affair during Jordan's mother's birthday party. While in his bedchamber, he peers out the window and sees that his mother is also having an affair, with Lady Grangerfields husband. This...

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