Rudy, Looking for Love [NOOK Book]

Overview

Marshall Field's motto was "Give the Lady what she wants," and God knows, Rudy tried.

When Lillian Russell went home to Chicago to sing at the opening of the Columbia Exposition in 1893, all the little boys fell madly in love. Later they grew up and found more suitable loves. Rudy grew up but he missed the second step.
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Rudy, Looking for Love

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Overview

Marshall Field's motto was "Give the Lady what she wants," and God knows, Rudy tried.

When Lillian Russell went home to Chicago to sing at the opening of the Columbia Exposition in 1893, all the little boys fell madly in love. Later they grew up and found more suitable loves. Rudy grew up but he missed the second step.
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Editorial Reviews

first published on Amazon - Lee Reads
5 stars, Step back in time...
By Lee Reads
No one can put a reader in a place and time as well as this author. I don't know her background, but since she obviously couldn't have lived in 1890's Chicago to know what it was like, she must have done some extensive research. It really was like being there.
The story is about Rudy, who is constantly looking for love... what really made this story a winner was the opportunity to be part of such a fabulous vignette of this time in history
Lee Reads
5 stars, Step back in time...
By Lee Reads
No one can put a reader in a place and time as well as this author. I don't know her background, but since she obviously couldn't have lived in 1890's Chicago to know what it was like, she must have done some extensive research. It really was like being there.
The story is about Rudy, who is constantly looking for love... what really made this story a winner was the opportunity to be part of such a fabulous vignette of this time in history.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012068057
  • Publisher: LostLoves Books
  • Publication date: 1/28/2011
  • Series: Chicago 1890s , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 160 KB

Meet the Author

Phoebe Matthews writes the award-winning urban fantasy Mudflat series for BookStrand, and the Her Turning Vampire series for Dark Quest Books in 2011. Her backlist books include titles published by Dell, Silhouette, Holt, Putman and others. Her website is
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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 8, 2013

    Webtail

    Oh.

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    Posted September 8, 2013

    Snowheart

    I'm really sory." She sprints to ice age result 20

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 9, 2013

    Ha ha what a coincidence!!!!!!!!!

    I used to have a beagle named Rudy, my name is Phoebe, and my BFF's name is Lillian!!!!!!!!

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  • Posted February 2, 2011

    Fun history

    Someone said this was like Coronation Street, only set in turn of the century Chicago. It weaves through a family and neighborhood with good of historical background and great characters.

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