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That Perfect Someone

A Malory Novel, Book 10
Narrated by: Laural Merlington
Length: 9 hrs and 44 mins
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Nine years ago, Richard Allen fled England when his avaricious father, the Earl of Manford, betrothed him to Julia Miller, the young daughter of London’s wealthiest merchant. Having seen how his father’s ambition ruined his older brother’s prospects for happiness with an arranged marriage, free-spirited Richard takes to the sea, determined to live his own life. In the Caribbean, he joins a band of treasure-hunting pirates and adopts the persona of a Frenchman named Jean Paul. When he dares to slip back into England to carry out an urgent task for his captain, Richard falls in love with a married woman, Georgina Malory.

Despite Georgina’s indifference to him and her husband James Malory’s threats to harm him, Richard is smitten. His next attempt to woo Georgina at a masked ball turns out to be a terrible mistake, because it brings him face to face with another beautiful woman.

Grown-up and sophisticated, Julia Miller, a friend of Georgina’s, is charmed by the masked Frenchman Jean Paul until she discovers he’s really her detested fiancé! Julia has hired solicitors to have Richard declared dead so she can free herself from their betrothal and move on with her life.

But when the Earl of Manford learns his son has returned and can fulfill the marriage contract, he sets in motion a chain of events that places Julia on the high seas with her fiancé - who is not merely an irresponsible nobleman but a seductive, adventure-loving pirate!

The saga continues: listen to more romatic tales of the Malory family.
©2010 Johanna Lindsey (P)2010 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

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  • Heather
  • 16-06-2010

Great first summer read !

This book I was unsure about, Yet i knew that I love the others in the series so i took the gamble that this would be as good as i was hoping, IT did not disappoint me at all..
I found the story line different, 1- being for the arranged marriage that had to do with money only 2- the controlling parents. 3- The 17 year old son running away to find a life away from the controlling parent: 4- the understanding what love verses infatuation is 5- how they overcome for a happy ending..
This was one of those romances where the two main characters hate each other all growing up and how they overcome there circumstances. IT is a great summer read.. I hope that you like it as much as I did.

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  • Yuriko
  • 12-07-2010

Ok Beach listening

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. Maybe because I wasn't expecting much or that I like the supporting casts especially Richard's best friend. If you are not familiar with the Malory's you might find yourself lost or loose interest. I suggest you start with "Love Only Once," "Tender Rebel," and "Gentle Rogue."

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  • Karen
  • 11-07-2010

I wish I could give it 3.5 stars

Not bad. I like Johanna Lindsay, I've read a bunch of her others that are better but this is still a decent story.

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  • Athena
  • 06-12-2018

Johanna Lindsey NEVER disappoints!!!!

There is no rider in this genre's that captivates the Reader as quickly and as thoroughly as Joanna Lindsay does she is heads and tails above all other writers in this genera!

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 10-10-2018

oh boy!!!!! <br />

great book narrator was great . from start to finish I was 🤣 and saying 😯 oh my. loved it

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 01-09-2017

loved it

Just what I was hoping for. It had just the right amount of everything. kept me interested all the way through. Just what you would want in a romance.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 21-07-2017

PERFECT

This book was perfect when I read it and even better when listened to. Simply marvelous!

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  • J. Jones
  • 09-11-2016

If you're a Mallory fan ...

A fun listen, but you need to know the characters. Narrator is iffy in spots.

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  • Andrea
  • 05-10-2010

The purest Johanna Lidsey style

It is one of the best Johanna Lindsey's books, as most of the Mallory's saga.

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  • Myra
  • 30-09-2010

How can you miss with the Mallory's!!

As ususl the Mallory saga is funny and entertaining. Can't wait to see who she chooses next. I hope she makes it to James's children. He will be very interesting with them. "The Brick Wall" is my favorite of them all.

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  • Deeds not words
  • 04-09-2018

A lovely story and beautifully read

A lovely story and beautifully read. Another great story in the Mallory Series. Best yet.