A wallflower's time to shine… The Earl of Shalford needs to marry into money to save his estate. Wealthy and beautiful Henrietta Buxted should be the perfect candidate. So why does his eye keep wandering to her quiet cousin, Charlotte Wyncroft? Charlotte watches Henrietta's games of courtship with wry amusement. That is, until a stolen dance reveals a hidden side to the earl. Penniless Charlotte knows she's far from a suitable match, yet, in Adam's arms, she can dream of the happily-ever-after she's always wanted!
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Believing he is cursed, Tristram, Lord Trevena, the Earl of Longstone, agrees to do just one favor for a friend, to dance with the man's sister, but the beautiful and headstrong Isabel Albryght will settle for no less than claiming his lonely heart. A PROPHECY FORETOLD Raised by her doting older brother, Isabel Albryght grew up cosseted and protected. She enjoyed her life in the country, her books and her freedom. Then Weston married. Within months Isabel's best friend married. It seemed it was time for Isabel to marry, too, except, socially awkward and a bit too keen for most of the ton, she proceeded to have the most horrible season on record...until she was approached by Tristram, the Earl of Longstone. Twice. Two dances. That was all Tristram could offer anyone when considering his family curse, which had taken all he loved in the last ten years, so his promise to the beautiful Miss Albryght's brother was simply that. The ton would soon see she was a desirable partner, her awkwardness would fade and other young swains would beat feet to her doorstep. But then he held her in his arms, and the delightful Isabel became his beating heart. Headstrong and full of passion, she believed she might waltz them away from Death. She alone could tempt him to try.
Heiress On The Run - Laura Martin Heiress Amelia Eastway is running for her life. Convinced she has committed a terrible crime, she seeks shelter in an overgrown country estate, only to discover the owner does not take kindly to trespassers... After losing his wife and son, Sir Edward Gray has shut himself away from the world. His honour demands he give Amelia a safe haven, but he's determined to keep his distance. Until, that is, Amelia brings life into Edward's home, and gives him hope for a new future! Waltzing With The Earl - Catherine Tinley The Earl of Shalford needs to marry into money to save his estate. Wealthy and beautiful Henrietta Buxted should be the perfect candidate. So why does his eye keep wandering to her quiet cousin Charlotte? Charlotte Wyncroft watches Henrietta's games of courtship with wry amusement. That is, until a stolen dance reveals a hidden side to the earl. Penniless Charlotte knows she's far from a suitable match, yet, in Adam's arms, she can dream of the happily-ever-after she's always wanted! His Mail-Order Bride - Tatiana March Thomas Greenwood expected his mail-order bride to be plain and pregnant -- not a willow-slim beauty! She's clearly no practical farmer's wife, but she's his chance to finally have a loving family... Runaway heiress Charlotte Fairfax fled the possibility of a forced marriage, yet now she's wed to a stranger the moment she steps off the train! She plans only to stay until it's safe to leave. Except marriage to kind-hearted Thomas is far more pleasurable than she ever imagined!
"I don't mind being 'interviewed' any more than I mind Viennese waltzingthat is, my response will depend on the agility and grace and attitude and intelligence of the other person. Some do it well, some clumsily, some step on your toes by accident, and some aim for them."Margaret Atwood This gathering of 21 interviews with Margaret Atwood covers a broad spectrum of topics. Beginning with Graeme Gibson's "Dissecting the Way a Writer Works" (1972), the conversations provide a forum for Atwood to talk about her own work, her career as a writer, feminism, and Canadian cultural nationalism, and to refute the autobiographical fallacy. These conversations offer what Earl Ingersoll calls "a kind of 'biography' of Margaret Atwoodthe only kind of biography she is likely to sanction." Enlivened by Atwood's unfailing sense of humor, the interviews present an invaluable view of a distinguished contemporary writer at work. From the Interviews: "Let's not pretend that the interview will necessarily result in any absolute and blinding revelations. Interviews too are an art form; that is to say, they indulge in the science of illusion." "I don't think you ever know how to write a book. You never know ahead of time. You start every time at zero. A former success doesn't mean that you're not going to make the most colossal failure the next time."
While historians debate of the fate of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, the capital story of Etta Place is significant as any event that defines the Old West. Mistress to Sundance and matron to Butch, Etta was a notorious desperada, beautiful and well-read, an excellent horse-rider, and an expert markswoman. In 1901, on the lam from Pinkertons', the family of three fled to Argentina where Detective Frank Dimaio tracked them to their ranch near the small village of Cholila. In 1908, Dimaio reported: 'I know nothing of Etta Place, but believe she met the Sundance Kid in a house of ill-fame and became his common law wife. She returned to the United States while the Kid and Butch stayed in South America and were apparently killed in Bolivia by Soldaleros-although some believe they escaped.' Based on the oral history of Sadie Albin-aka Etta Place-Pinkerton Waltz is the irrefutable saga of the family of three settling in anonymity on their cattle ranch in the ghost town of Greenhorn, Colorado in 1910. In 1966, when Sadie's husband Eli (the Sundance Kid) passes away, she befriends Mary Iris, a cub newspaper reporter. Separated by generations, they develop an unfailing relationship and Sadie reveals her true identity. Pinkerton Waltz is a journalistic reconstruction of Sadie's lucid memories of the family of three. Sadie begins, "Dead outlaws make great legends. You bet. Better to get it from the horse's mouth than some horse's ass." Pinkerton Waltz peeks under the bedclothes at Fanny Porter's Sporting House in San Antonio, where, at fifteen, Etta's infamy began. On Sadie's 94th birthday, she recalls riding with the Wild Bunch-robbing banks and holding-up trains-and dancing with Pinkertons' along The Outlaw Trail. For half a century, Sadie lived an epic life to escape Etta's legendary past. Eli is mentored by Ernest Blumsenschein, co-founder of the Taos Artists Colony; Joseph (Butch Cassidy) promotes a barnyard-boxing match between The Manassa Mauler and a victorious mountain man; the family of three bottle moonshine in a still hidden beneath the bear cage at the Greenhorn Zoo. Pinkerton Waltz celebrates an ancient Chinaman named Boc Yow and laments the demise of the American cowboy. In the beginning, Etta dances a jitterbug to bring finality to a frenetic folklore. In the end, Sadie whispers the truth, soothing as a cradlesong. www.pinkertonwaltz.com
A deep dive into James Earl Ray’s role in the national tragedy: “Superb . . . a model of investigation . . . as gripping as a first-class detective story” (The New York Times). On April 4, 1968, Martin Luther King Jr. was killed in Memphis, Tennessee, by a single assassin’s bullet. A career criminal named James Earl Ray was seen fleeing from a rooming house that overlooked the hotel balcony from where King was cut down. An international manhunt ended two months later with Ray’s capture. Though Ray initially pled guilty, he quickly recanted and for the rest of his life insisted he was an unwitting pawn in a grand conspiracy. In Killing the Dream, expert investigative reporter Gerald Posner reexamines Ray and the evidence, even tracking down the mystery man Ray claimed was the conspiracy’s mastermind. Beginning with an authoritative biography of Ray’s life, and continuing with a gripping account of the assassination and its aftermath, Posner cuts through phony witnesses, false claims, and a web of misinformation surrounding that tragic spring day in 1968. He puts Ray’s conspiracy theory to rest and ultimately manages to disclose what really happened the day King was murdered.
Definitive accounts of JFK’s and Martin Luther King’s assassinations by a Pulitzer Prize finalist and New York Times–bestselling author. Case Closed: A Pulitzer Prize finalist and New York Times bestseller, Case Closed is a vivid and straightforward account that stands as one of the most authoritative books on the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Drawing from official sources and dozens of interviews, filled with powerful historical detail, and including an updated comment for the fiftieth anniversary, Posner’s “utterly convincing” book lays to rest all of the convoluted conspiracy theories—concerning the mafia, a second shooter, and the CIA—that have obscured what really happened in Dealey Plaza on November 22, 1963 (Chicago Tribune). “By far the most lucid and compelling account . . . of what probably did happen in Dallas—and what almost certainly did not.” —The New York Times Book Review Killing the Dream: On April 4, 1968, Martin Luther King Jr., was killed in Memphis, Tennessee, by a single assassin’s bullet. James Earl Ray was seen fleeing from a rooming house that overlooked the hotel balcony where King was shot. An international manhunt ended two months later with Ray’s capture. Though Ray initially pled guilty, he quickly recanted and for the rest of his life insisted he was an unwitting pawn in a grand conspiracy. In Killing the Dream, expert investigative reporter Gerald Posner cuts through phony witnesses, false claims, and a web of misinformation to put Ray’s conspiracy theory to rest and disclose what really happened the day King was murdered. “A superb book: a model of investigation, meticulous in its discovery and presentation of evidence, unbiased in its exploration of every claim. And it is a wonderfully readable book, as gripping as a first-class detective story.” —The New York Times
|Book Title||: Historical Romance March 2017 Book 1 4 Surrender to the Marquess Heiress on the Run Convenient Proposal to the Lady Hadley s Hellions Book 3 Waltzing with the Earl Mills Boon e Book Collections|
|Author||: Louise Allen|
|Publisher||: HarperCollins UK|
|Release Date||: 2017-03-01|
|Available Language||: English, Spanish, And French|
Four Regency romances to transport you in time!
Eva Allen recounts the history of the Viennese Waltz, as part of the Dancesport UK resource on competitive ballroom and Latin dancing. Allen notes that the origins of the Viennese Waltz dates back to the 12th/13th centuries.