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New York Times bestselling author Sabrina Jeffries offers a sizzling short eBook featuring a mysterious French maid who mends marriages. Lady Eleanor Langston has a problem: her husband Henry, prime-minister-in-the-making, is too caught up in his work to notice her. Despite her involvement in his various public appearances, she feels shut out of his life, especially with their one-year anniversary looming. When Henry hires a highly recommended French lady’s maid without consulting her, Eleanor’s anger can't be contained—until she meets her. With Babette’s help, Eleanor arms herself with the one weapon that will make Henry notice her as a woman—her inner siren.
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Excerpt from The French Maid and the Phonograph: A Plan in One Act Did you - er - notice anything? (showing her hair arranged latest fashion) Mrs. Green. Yes - I notice, (putting her hand on Flossie's head) Flossie (ducking). Ouch! Oh, please don't touch it! The hairpins stick in awfully. I suppose that's because I'm not used to them yet. Mrs. Green (smiling). No doubt, (sitting beside her) Well, my dear young lady, what do you suppose I'm going to give you for your birthday? (Flossie looks interested.) I thought and thought, and I could not decide what you would like. I remembered in the fairy-tales, when the fairy godmother makes a birthday present, she generally gives a wish. So that's what I'm going to give you, Flossie, - a birthday wish. Only - as I am just a plain mother instead of a fairy godmother, your wish must not cost over ten dollars. Also, because, my dear daughter, you are sometimes hasty and do things you are sorry for, I want you to consult me in making your choice. Take time to think now, and wish for what you would like best. If I approve, I'll give it to you at once. Flossie (embracing Mrs. Green). Oh, mother! how lovely! A birthday wish! What fun! And you'll certainly approve of my choice, for I'll think about it ever so carefully! Mrs. Green. That's right, my dear, and I'm going to make you, besides - guess what! Flossie. I know - a birthday cake. Mrs. Green. Yes. Going.) Clear up everything off the floor now, and Flossie, put every bit of that paper and string in the scrap-basket and then go carry it to the kitchen coal-scuttle. [Exit. Flossie (with expression of distaste). Kitchen coal-scuttle! How I hate the mention of such things! So menial! Me, a young lady, sent to dump rubbish in the kitchen coal-scuttle ! (Putting presents on the side-table and papers in the basket. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
" Anna Held (1870?-1918), a petite woman with an hourglass figure, was America's most popular musical comedy star during the two decades preceding World War I. In the colorful world of New York theater during La Belle Époque, she epitomized everything that was glamorous, sophisticated, and suggestive about turn-of-the-century Broadway. Overcoming an impoverished life as an orphan to become a music-hall star in Paris, Held rocketed to fame in America. From 1896 to 1910, she starred in hit after hit and quickly replaced Lillian Russell as the darling of the theatrical world. The first wife of legendary producer Florenz Ziegfeld Jr., Held was the brains and inspiration behind his Follies and shared his knack for publicity. Together, they brought the Paris scene to New York, complete with lavish costumes and sets and a chorus of stunningly beautiful women, dubbed ""The Anna Held Girls."" While Held was known for a champagne giggle as well as for her million-dollar bank account, there was a darker side to her life. She concealed her Jewish background and her daughter from a previous marriage. She suffered through her two husbands' gambling problems and Ziegfeld's blatant affairs with showgirls. With the outbreak of fighting in Europe, Held returned to France to support the war effort. She entertained troops and delivered medical supplies, and she was once briefly captured by the German army. Anna Held and the Birth of Ziegfeld's Broadway reveals one of the most remarkable women in the history of theatrical entertainment. With access to previously unseen family records and photographs, Eve Golden has uncovered the details of an extraordinary woman in the vibrant world of 1900s New York.

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