Beautiful People by Wendy Holden

By Wendy Holden

"When she's reliable, she's very, excellent, and Beautiful humans finds Holden on steroids. Unmissable."
-Daily Mirror

A witty, totally addictive novel from bestselling writer Wendy Holden, Beautiful humans is a story depraved in its observations but buoyant at its center: an impossible to resist confection you'll are looking to consume immediately.

Darcy-a suffering English rose actress when the decision comes from L.A. An Oscar-tastic director. A motion picture to make her well-known. The hunkiest costar in Hollywood. So why doesn't she are looking to go?</strong>

<strong>Belle-a size-zero movie big name but she's in great, fats difficulty. warmer than the earth's center a year ago, she's now Tinseltown toast after her final movie bombed. Can she come again to the massive time?</strong>

<strong>Emma-a down-to-earth, down-on-her-luck nanny trying to climate London's cutthroat childcare scene and famous person mother whirlwinds. What will it take for her to come back answerable for her personal life?<strong></strong>

Jet to London, Hollywood, and Italy; toss in a passionate big name chef, a kindhearted paparazzo, and a reluctant male twiglet; and locate Wendy Holden at her best-a wreck overseas hit.

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If there's anyone who was like Columbus in all of history, it was him. He changed history by the sheer force of his will. The only reason his ark was built at all was because of his grim determination. Then because his boat carried him through the flood, he became a figure of legend. " "If only he had told people slavery was evil, too," said Diko. "He told them the opposite," said Kemal. " "Because one man, alone, reshaped the world," said Hassan. "And you were able to see exactly where he turned onto the path that led to those changes.

It was easy to find," said Kemal. " "Yes, well, it was certainly clearer than anything we've found with Columbus," said Hassan. "But it gives us the hope that perhaps we can find such a moment. The event, the thought that turned him west. Diko found the moment when he determined on being a great man. But we haven't found the point where he became so unrelentingly monomaniacal about a westward voyage. " "But I have found it, Father," said Diko. Everyone turned to her, She seemed flustered. "Or at least I think I have.

That meant that all their captives could be made into slaves and put to work. It's no accident that when the great flood destroyed the Derku, the practice of slavery didn't die with them. The surrounding cultures had already picked it up, because it worked. It was the only way that had yet been found to get the use of the labor of strangers. " "Let's build her a monument," said Tagiri. She was very angry. "The concept of buying and selling people was invented only among the Derku," said Kemal. "It didn't have to be invented anywhere else," said Tagiri.

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