Updated: A list of all found books on this thread can be found here.A list of guesses of books on this thread can be found at Post #750.(In addition to Paul, I’d also lined up a man in Berlin who knew where to find the best weed in Germany, as well as an artist in Stockholm who wanted to give me a museum tour and then draw me.) Unfortunately, Paul was “working late,” and asked me to come over to his flat to “smoke some weed and cuddle,” because obviously, I’d boarded a transatlantic flight to entertain the same lukewarm offers I did back in Brooklyn.As a result, I spent the first few hours of my London stay in the hotel restaurant trying to figure out what, exactly, to say to people in order to get them to meet up with me right away, on a Monday night. ” usually works, but it wasn’t the desired rendezvous I was going for this evening.) I’ve used Tinder on and off since its second month of existence and I’ve never mastered the opening line. Maybe it’s just me, but all of my opening lines—from pithy to perverted to pictorial—are usually a fast track to deafening silence and the occasional “unmatch.” I tried several: “Hi!I'm looking for the title or author of a contemporary (British, I think) romance novel about an overweight woman who loves/idolizes someone (let's call him X) whom she has known for a while.X goes away somewhere before the book starts, and the heroine wants to lose weight and generally make herself over before he returns.I’d been talking to him for a week, after I’d used the Passport option on Tinder to help plan my trip.Who needs guidebooks or Google when you can swipe before you go?
If you are at an office or shared network, you can ask the network administrator to run a scan across the network looking for misconfigured or infected devices.Driving me crazy trying to find this book: it was a romance, Historical I think...I do not remember title or author ( I had thought it was Kathleen E Woodiwiss) But I cannot find it if it was. heroine is in Hero's mansion/ home, he is believed to be deceased.Its origin is attributed to English author Horace Walpole, with his 1764 novel The Castle of Otranto, subtitled (in its second edition) "A Gothic Story".The effect of Gothic fiction feeds on a pleasing sort of terror, an extension of Romantic literary pleasures that were relatively new at the time of Walpole's novel.