He and I were going to have a long chat about why “American Horror Story: Coven” was a huge disappointment and how he needed to resuscitate Kathleen Turner’s career in season 4. When I showed up at the Ziegfeld theater, the carpet was indeed red, and it was covered by a long white tent so that no bystanders could see inside and get in the way of our fawning. Again, fool that I am, I just found an empty spot and stood there.
Check-in was easy enough, although when I said I was with the Wall Street Journal, the publicist quickly corrected me: “You mean WSJ.com? Then I looked at the ground and realized that the names of all the media outlets were written on laminated cards, and I was standing by People magazine.
Matt briefly attended the New England School of Law in Boston, then got a job managing Dom’s, a high-end northern Italian restaurant on Commercial Street. Matt had been fascinated from an early age by what was happening in the kitchen, and had long wanted to run a restaurant. Matt finally opened his own restaurant, the Ocean Club, on Martha’s Vineyard in 1979.
Jade’s Spirit (Blue Collar Boyfriends #2) by Jessi Gage. After three long years of war, starkly handsome Wynter Atrialan will have his vengeance on Summerlea’s king by taking one of the man’s beautiful, beloved daughters as his bride.
Control is the one thing he cannot resist—and control is what he loses during his night with the blindfolded beauty.
He longs to take her further, to leave his mark upon her perfect behind, but the mystery woman refuses to see him again.
Their six years together were wedded bliss—even if a war injury prevented him from fulfilling his marital duties.
Only one woman can help Louisa: Madame Rouge, the discreet proprietress of a club where London’s elite explore their wildest fantasies.