Too Perfect by Julie Ortolon
(Perfect Trilogy, Book 3)

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A Wandering Duckling, A Two-Faced Beast -- A Perfect Fairy Tale?

Maddy, Christine and Amy are thrilled that their old college suite-mate has written a bestselling book, How to Have the Perfect Life--until they realize she used them as examples of how women let fear screw up their lives. The worst part's sort of true. Together they make a pact: they each have one year to face down their fears--and maybe show Miss Perfect a thing or two!

Book Three: Too Perfect

Defying the terrible sense of direction that's scared her away from traveling, Amy sets sail as a nanny on a Caribbean cruise?and promptly gets lost when they stop at the island of St. Barts. Now she's stranded without money, luggage?or even a toothbrush.

Locals say that Gaspar, owner of the island's crumbling fortress, is a hideously ugly recluse. They call him La Bete, "The Beast." But when Amy applies for a job at the fort, she meets only his charming assistant, Beaufort. In reality, the two are one and the same?billionaire Byron Parks, who's desperately seeking privacy and peace. A

Amy aches for the miserable man secluded in the fortress tower. Through email exchanges, they share imaginative romantic fantasies. Byron is hopelessly smitten with his sexy storyteller--but will revealing his true identity ruin their happy ending?

"Entertaining and touching."--Booklist

"Ms. Ortolon is a gem of a new author."--Romantic Times

About Julie Ortolon

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Meet Julie OrtolonReviewers from Publisher's Weekly to Romantic Times have praised Julie Ortolon's contemporary romance for being "sizzling," "fastpaced," and "filled with genuine heart." Numerous awards for her work include two Bookseller's Best Awards. Almost Perfect, book one of her Perfect trilogy was a Rita finalist and was named Best Single Title Contemporary by the readers of Affaire de Coeur magazine.Julie's road to success as a romance novelist was a bit bumpier than most authors, however. Her struggle with dyslexia left her functionally illiterate until her mid-twenties when she discovered romance novels were worth the effort. To turn her favorite pastime, daydreaming emotionally rich stories, into a career, she taught herself to read, type, and use English as a written language, not just a spoken one. Her struggles made hitting the USA Today list with her first title even more rewarding.When Julie isn't writing or reading, she enjoys gardening, cooking, and traveling the world. You can learn more about Julie at:
Published March 19, 2011 by Julie Ortolon. 321 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Years ago Maddy rejected Joe's proposal of .

Aug 30 2005 | Read Full Review of Too Perfect (Perfect Trilogy,...

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Artist Maddy Mills, Dr. Christine Ashton, and Amy Baker are elated for former college roommate Jane Redding, who has written a self-help book "How to have the Perfect Life".

Oct 25 2005 | Read Full Review of Too Perfect (Perfect Trilogy,...

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