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A seductive historical romance plus your bonus giveaway entry word! That Perfect Someone by Johanna Lindsey

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That Perfect Someone: A Malory Novel (Malory-Anderson Family Book 10)

by Johanna Lindsey
4.7 stars – 459 reviews
Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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#1 New York Times bestselling author Johanna Lindsey sweeps readers away on a seductive adventure with the “wickedly witty, lusciously sensual” (Booklist) Malory family when a detested marriage contract turns childhood enemies into passionate lovers.

Nine years ago, Richard Allen fled England and his controlling father. Determined to live his own life, he took to the sea and settled in the Caribbean, joining a band of treasure-hunting pirates and adopting the persona of a carefree, seductive Frenchman named Jean Paul to guard the secrets of his past. When he slips back into England to carry out an urgent task, Richard becomes infatuated with a married woman, Georgina Malory. But his reckless attempt to woo Georgina at a masked ball turns out to be the worst mistake of his life because it brings him face to face with another beautiful woman.

Thrilled that her solicitors have finally come up with a way to free her from her betrothal contract to the Earl of Manford’s son who abandoned her years ago, heiress Julia Miller is ready for the marriage mart and hopes to find that perfect someone at her friend Georgina’s ball. Charmed by a masked Frenchman who gives her her first kiss, she can’t help but pursue this mysterious man—until she makes a shocking discovery. Now, to avoid falling into a ruthless nobleman’s trap, Julia must enter a risky, intimate charade with a man she never believed she could love.

With a little help from the lucky-in-love Malory family, will Richard and Julia discover in each other that perfect someone?

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“Nothing important … just a baby I found in the street,” says Nick Santinelli … and so begins the unforgettable story of Curby By Adrian Del Valle

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by Adrian Del Valle
3.7 stars – 502 reviews
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Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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It’s not every day that a newborn baby is stuffed inside a cardboard box, folded up and left in the gutter. Nick Santinelli steers a huge New York City street sweeper around a corner and sees the box lying just ahead. He gets out and picks it up, both surprised and shocked at what he finds inside. He brings the sleeping baby home and only blocks from his route.
“Sandy!” he calls out, as soon as he enters the living room.
His girlfriend’s hair is still wet from a shower and shes sitting on the couch drying it. “What are you doing home, Hon?”
“Oh, nothing important…just a baby I found in the street.” She instantly stops drying her hair, holding the still pose and replaying what she just heard inside her mind, or what she thought she just heard. No, that could not have been what he said. She turns to him with a questioning look. “What did you just say?”
Sandy, his longtime girlfriend, decides they should not report anything and raise the baby themselves. She’s dying of terminal cancer and wants this one chance to be a mother. After she passes away, Nick finds a Nanny who he believes he can trust. When the nanny steps out to buy cigarettes after leaving the now three year old to take his afternoon nap, Curby walks out of the apartment and becomes lost in the Brooklyn streets. Without a birth certificate, Nick can’t prove the boy is his. He battles the court and the assigned city caretakers from Children’s Services for custody of Curby where a surprise awaits everyone.

Cover your eyes: Quentin Tarantino is writing a novel.

Get ready for Quentin Tarantino 2: Great American Novelist. River Donaghey from Vice News reports Quentin Tarantino is hard at work on a novel… Support our news coverage by subscribing to our Kindle Nation Daily Digest. Joining is free right now!

Quentin Tarantino may follow through with his plan to stop making movies after his Star Trek one or his horror movie one or Kill Bill 3, but that doesn’t mean he’ll stop making other things. The filmmaker will probably shift over to directing plays or extremely long movies that Netflix will awkwardly chop up and pretend are miniseries, or maybe, he’ll just reinvent himself as a novelist—since the guy has already started on a book, apparently.

During a conversation with Martin Scorsese for the Directors Guild of America’s DGA Quarterly fall issue, Tarantino revealed that he’s hard at work on a novel—and it’s about a WWII veteran who loves film, or something.

Tarantino’s screenplays have been increasingly filled with extended prose passages, and he spent five years developing Once Upon a Time in Hollywood as a book before it made the jump to the big screen, so it’s probably just a matter of time before the age of Great American Novelist Tarantino is upon us. Apologies in advance to whatever editor has to try and pare those manuscripts down.

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A 160-year-old letter by a friend of Charles Dickens’ ex-wife shows how the author attempted to commit her to an asylum–for another woman

Revealed: Charles Dickens’ devious bid to send his wife to a mental asylum after he fell for young actress is exposed in 160-year-old letter from his ex-spouse’s friend. Emer Scully For Mailonline explores what this letter could mean.

During the break down of a marriage most couples simply agree to go their separate ways.

But Charles Dickens was so desperate to avoid the disapproval of Victorian society if his ageing wife moved out he tried to commit her to a mental asylum, according to a 160-year-old letter.

The damning letter, written by a friend of the literary mastermind’s estranged wife, revealed he was so dissatisfied with his marriage to Catherine Dickens he asked a doctor to diagnose her as insane.

But Catherine was perfectly sound of mind and the medical professional refused to commit her.

Edward Dutton Cook, a novelist and drama critic, lived next door to Charles Dickens’s estranged wife.

And Catherine told Edward and his wife Lynda her husband had ‘tried to shut her up in an insane asylum.’

Claire Tomalin, author of Charles Dickens: A life, believes it was actually Charles Dickens who was insane as his life was a mess at the time of the separation.

She told MailOnline: ‘I think during this period he was mad effectively and their lives were thrown into turmoil.

‘He was an exceptionally good man and relied on his reputation for goodness with the public.

‘But when this all came up he fell in love and his life was a mess. He wrote to his friend Ms Coutts suggesting Catherine had mental problems and he saw it as a way of getting rid of her without seeming to be to blame.

Read full post on DailyMail.com

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