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Contemporary
  • Author:
    Daisy Waugh
  • ISBN:
    0007275730
  • ISBN13:
    978-0007275731
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    HarperCollins (February 1, 2011)
  • Pages:
    387 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Contemporary
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    1606 kb
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    1782 kb
  • Rating:
    4.7
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    154
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DAISY WAUGH Contents Cover Title Page Chapter 1 - Ambassador Hotel New York Chapter 2 - Summer 1916 Chapter 3 - Hotel Continental New York Chapter 4 - 1916–17 Long Island.

DAISY WAUGH Contents Cover Title Page Chapter 1 - Ambassador Hotel New York Chapter 2 - Summer 1916 Chapter 3 - Hotel Continental New York Chapter 4 - 1916–17 Long Island. show page numbers ▼1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35. DAISY WAUGH.

Last Dance with Valentino book. And since Daisy Waugh decided that there would be no real plot in these nearly-400 pages, the reader gets to feast upon the exercise in extreme frustration that is an epic wallow of willful indecision and pointless self-sabotage on the part of the heroine. Because that's what makes a cracking good read, people.

If you like The Artist you’ll love Daisy Waugh’s Last Dance with Valentino. As Rudolph Valentino fights for his life, barricades keep the swarming fans at bay. Adored by millions of women, but loved by only on. ill she be able to reach him in time? August 1916Fleeing war-ravaged London, Jenny Doyle sets sail for New York. As she draws near the soaring skyscrapers her dreams are dashed when she learns she is to be sent to work for the wealthy de Saulles family. Known as ‘the Box’, their home is Gatsby-like in elegance yet rife with malice and madness

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Last dance with Valentino. As Rudolph Valentino lay on his deathbed calling for an unknown lover, the world wondered who she was, and only one woman knew the truth. Leaving war-ravaged London in 1916, Jennifer Doyle and her reprobate father set sail for America. As the boat draws near to the soaring skyscrapers of New York a world of possibilities is promised, so when Jenny discovers that her father has arranged her work with the neurotic Madame de Saulles, she is devastated. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

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Last Dance with Valentino Текст. When he danced it was as if he moved through a different space from the rest of us: as if the air carried him; as if he had no weight at all. So I danced with him, still in my travelling clothes, in the moonlight, and with the music seeping through the warm night air. And I thought – I remember it so clearly – I thought, This is Life! Now I am truly alive. What a gorgeous, magical place is this America! – – – Justin Hademak said it again, as we were turning into its long drive: ‘We are quite the fast set at The Box you will discover.

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Daisy Waugh used to write a weekly newspaper column from Los Angeles about her attempts to become a Hollywood scriptwriter. Today she writes two weekly columns for the Sunday Times. She and her family live in London. If you like The Artist you'll love Daisy Waugh's Last Dance with Valentino. Adored by millions of women, but loved by only one!Will she be able to reach him in time? August 1916 Fleeing war-ravaged London, Jenny Doyle sets sail for New York.

If you like The Artist you'll love Daisy Waugh's Last Dance with Valentino. As Rudolph Valentino fights for his life, barricades keep the swarming fans at bay. Adored by millions of women, but loved by only one!Will she be able to reach him in time? August 1916 Fleeing war-ravaged London, Jenny Doyle sets sail for New York. As she draws near the soaring skyscrapers her dreams are dashed when she learns she is to be sent to work for the wealthy de Saulles family. Known as 'the Box', their home is Gatsby-like in elegance yet rife with malice and madness. Only her friendship with dancer Rodolfo offers Jenny a glimpse of escape!until a tragic day when the household is changed forever. August 1926 America booms, prohibition rules and one man's movie is breaking box office records. Rodolfo has taken his place on the silver screen as Rudolph Valentino when a chance arises for he and Jenny to meet again. Will the world's most desired film star and his lost love have their Hollywood happy ending, or will the tragic echoes of their past thwart them one last time?

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I found this book very interesting and an enjoyable read.takes you back to an earlier time and really gets you lost in the stort.
Walianirv
Even though it is mostly fiction, I found this to be one of the best, “real” and most romantic books ever. It really draws you in to the story and you feel as if you really know Rudolph Valentino. Very well researched. Dreamily romantic. Takes you back to a simpler, more romantic era.