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“Dial A for Aunties” is, hands down, this year’s most madcap, swoony and delightful read.
ROMANCE NOVELS TO READ THIS SUMMERSTEPHANIE MERRYMAY 27, 2021WASHINGTON POST
We should have thought at once the prank that madcap would be at!
DOROTHY'S TRAVELSEVELYN RAYMOND
Jean was a bunch of nervous impulses, and no one ever knew where the madcap would bounce up next.
THREE LITTLE WOMENGABRIELLE E. JACKSON
Captain Jack was open and generous, though a little given to rash enterprise and madcap adventure.
RICHARD CARVEL, COMPLETEWINSTON CHURCHILL
He shall go to Paris instead of those madcap youngsters with their parties.
DRY FISH AND WETANTHON BERNHARD ELIAS NILSEN
The fiend receive George of Douglas and thee too, thou born madcap and sworn marplot!
THE ABBOTSIR WALTER SCOTT
He was walking alone and looked her directly in the face, but he did not have the slightest idea that he had met madcap Kuni.
COMPLETE SHORT WORKSGEORG EBERS
A story told of the madcap days of Brougham's youth gives some idea of the welcome he would extend to Rutherford.
JOHN RUTHERFORD, THE WHITE CHIEFGEORGE LILLIE CRAIK
The madcap Nomerfide indeed lays it down, that "the meditation of death cools the heart not a little."
THE TALES OF THE HEPTAMERON, VOL. I. (OF V.)MARGARET, QUEEN OF NAVARRE
The madcap girl, who had run her wild race with the train, was a little distance off.
THE RANCH GIRLS AT RAINBOW LODGEMARGARET VANDERCOOK
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