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by Laural Merlington,Johanna Lindsey

eBook That Perfect Someone (Malory Family Series) epub
  • ISBN: 1423376668
  • Author: Laural Merlington,Johanna Lindsey
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Genre Fiction
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (June 15, 2010)
  • ePUB size: 1719 kb
  • FB2 size 1210 kb
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I've read many books and probably all Lindsey's, but I haven't come across such a good one in a long time.

I've read many books and probably all Lindsey's, but I haven't come across such a good one in a long time. The plot is refreshing, comparing to other authors and Lindsey's books unique (stolen princess by her assassin), the main characters are witty, smart, entertaining and not at all boring. There were even some unexpected twists in the plot - which was a great surprise.

Malory-Anderson Families Series. 12 primary works, 20 total works. Malory Family Series: No Choice But Seduction, That Perfect Someone.

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Malory Family Series book. Johanna Lindsey, Laural Merlington (Reading). THAT PERFECT SOMEONE Nine years ago, Richard Allen fled England and his controlling father

Malory Family Series book. THAT PERFECT SOMEONE 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.

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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.

Malory-Anderson Families SeriesJohanna Lindsey. That Perfect Someone.

Written by Johanna Lindsey, Audiobook narrated by Laural Merlington. A Malory Novel, Book 10. By: Johanna Lindsey. I really used to love the Malory series as I first started to read regency romance waaaay back when

Written by Johanna Lindsey, Audiobook narrated by Laural Merlington. Narrated by: Laural Merlington. Series: Malory-Anderson Family, Book 10. Length: 9 hrs and 44 mins. Categories: Romance, Historical. I really used to love the Malory series as I first started to read regency romance waaaay back when. Lately, I sort of outgrew them. Although not in the same league as "Gentle Rougue", I found this book charming light read.

Book 12 in the Malory Family Series

Book 12 in the Malory Family Series. New York Times bestselling author Johanna Lindsey now reveals the tempestuous story of Jacqueline Malory whose furious desire for revenge leads to a confrontation with the handsome pirate who abducted her – and sparks a much steamier kind of desire. For the first time, James Malory and his Anderson in-laws agree on something: It’s payback time for the culprit who kidnapped James and Georgina’s beloved daughter Jack from her American debutante party and whisked her away to the Caribbean, no matter that she escaped unscathed.

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.
Comments: (7)
Clever
Is that supposed to be Regan/Reggie/Regina on the cover? I'm confused, because the tanned brunette looks nothing like our leading lady, described as having alabaster skin, ebony hair and crystal blue eyes (or the like). Perhaps this is Selena, sneaking away from a rendezvous with Nicholas....

***SPOILERS AHEAD*** Nicholas was emotionally cruel to Reggie for much of the story, and seduced her at a ball - outdoors. Reggie comes across as both a level-headed lady and a young harridan; the shouting/screaming scenes between the H/h were just plain sad. I like "redemption" stories but this one lacked warmth and intelligence, at least until the very end. And for Reggie to be kidnapped twice (once by her own family, who were well-connected but didn't know Nicholas had married their niece?!) was a bit hard to swallow.

This is not my favorite story by Johanna Lindsey (although I'm sure I'll read another at some point).
Jieylau
A new family to join. I'm a sucker for series that follows a group as these are. What a great introduction to all the many characters found in the first book. Reggie and Nicholas start and end with kidnappings hers and his. This is the most fun I've had in a while, the interaction between family members who truly love and care for each other is marvelous. Of course we have all the angst of he loves me he loves me not and family who can battle among themselves but stand together in a crisis.. The pirate the confirmed bachelor's and a few bastards thrown in with jealous women, what else do you need. I met the Mallorys some time ago and so glad to get acquainted again, plot makes for many more great reading times to come.
Funky
I actually liked this book because the heroine was fabulous. She was innocent without being too naive. I also loved how much she loves her family. I liked the love interest though his stubbornness started to get a little old by the end of the book.

The author did a great job describing the people, places and clothing and it helped bring the book to life. For the first in a series, she also gave enough of teasers to really keep you wanting to read more of this endearing family.

The narrator did not bother as much as other reviewers but her attempts to differentiate the characters by accents did get a little annoying. I will see if it bothers me in the next book.
inform
I have been reading Johanna Lindsey books for more years then I care to think of and I will say the Malory series is one of my favorites. This book is listed under Malory Series even though the two main characters are not Malory or Anderson but close enough plus the added bonus of having some of the family as secondary characters. This book was fun and romantic which is normal for Johanna Lindsey. I would definitely recommend this book!!!
net rider
This is absolutely not on par with her other work. There is no chemistry between the couple and they are barely together throughout the book. I finished it because I kept thinking it would get better but it did not. A huge waste of time and money. And I write this as a long time fan of hers and The Mallorys.
Hirah
Interesting, although exploited zilion of times before, plot, likeble characters, but ... sloppy writing. The author has a problem with time lines. Nothing a good editor should not be able to fix, but there you go... the heroine got pregnant and almost immediately new about it (sic!). We are talking about 1817, no? Even in today's world, when we know a lot about conception, someone will have to wait about 2 weeks for the next period to start and perhaps become suspicious 2-4 weeks after that, if/when the period is late. Hard to find a good excuse.
Reemiel
It's been a couple of years since I've read the Malory Series. In fact, I believe this series was among the first that I decided to read when I began reading historical romance novels after a 20 year absence from the genre. And, believe me, most of the "acceptable" historical romance novels in this day and age do not include some of the rakehell behavior the hero of this story (if you care to give him that title) Nicholas, Lord Monteith, finds acceptable in his every day life.

***SPOILERS***
Yes, Nicholas thinks it's okay to debauch virgins - in fact, apparently three so far. That wouldn't include sleeping with anyone and everyone he can get his hands on among the society ladies. But, he is kinda picky - tires easily of these women and after two or three weeks moves on to more interesting fare.

When one of his amours decides to jilt him before he can jilt her, he decides it would be fun to kidnap her and lock her up for a few hours. Problem is, he mistakenly kidnaps Regan of the Malory Clan who is feisty enough to simply wait and see the look of surprise on his face when he returns home. He does, they joke around a bit and he returns her back to the family fold, albeit both are strongly attracted to one another.

But... alas his former paramour outs Nicholas and Regan by bragging that he still wants her so much, he attempted to kidnap her and got Regan instead which leaves the Malory Clan hungering for blood. Anthony Malory wants to "meet" him and shoot him in his private parts. James Malory, black sheep of the family, unaware of the situation with Nicholas and Regan is out for Nicholas' blood for other reasons - apparently Nicholas sank one of James', aka the "pirate" Black Hawke ships. Regan, tired of the marriage mart game and being strongly attracted to Nicholas, seeing in him the same traits as two of her uncles - Anthony and James - has a hankering to marry Nicholas.

After this, get ready for a looooooooooooooooooooooong misunderstanding which is compounded by small misunderstandings throughout the book. Ugh!! Double Ugh!! One thing I did like about Regan was her positive spirit when she was horribly mistreated. One thing I did not like is that she didn't make Nicholas pay for his continual ill treatment of her - not even a little bit - just sassy talking.
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