Judith Ivory





Judith Ivory


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Judith Ivory "accidentally" acquired two degrees in mathematics, then sold her first novel in 1987 and closed up the math books for good. She lives in Miami Florida, with her two children, two cats and a dog.

"Judith Ivory" is the pseudonym of author Judy Cuevas (real name).

The pseudonym was first used by her after publication of her last book as "Judy Cuevas," in 1996 - Dance. Her first book, Starlit Surrender, which was published under her real name of Cuevas, was re-released under her pseudonym of "Ivory" in 2006 under the title, Angel in a Red Dress.

Average rating: 3.78 · 8,843 ratings · 732 reviews · 9 distinct works · Similar authors
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Untie My Heart

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Beast

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The Indiscretion

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Sleeping Beauty

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Black Silk

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Angel in a Red Dress

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3.67 avg rating — 313 ratings — published 1988 — 9 editions
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Bliss (de Saint Vallier Bro...

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Dance (de Saint Vallier Bro...

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“Very softly as he nuzzled her, his mouth near her ear, he began to sing: "I'm so happy with you, la, la...”
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“Yey more and more there seemed a bevy of things she was not supposed to think about and by virtue of trying not to, she hardly thought of anything else.”
Judith Ivory, The Proposition

“On the roof, on the duvet under the steam vent, with the planets overhead, he let her scream all she wished. She screamed into the night. To the stars. At one point, with his lying atop her, he said, “Look over my left shoulder. Venus is visible tonight.” Then he pulled the covers away from her, wrestling her for the duvet, as he called, “Here she is, all you Venusians”—he lifted out his arm, using it to span the celestial horizon-—“and the rest of you planets out there: the most beautiful woman on Earth, spread-eagled for your pleasure!” He laughed. “At my disposal, mm-m-m!” He bent down, nibbling, kissing her neck with his teeth, his lips, his mouth.”
Judith Ivory, Untie My Heart

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