[EPUB] ✻ Mr. Malcolms List By Suzanne Allain – Landyshi.info

Mr. Malcolms List The Honorable Mr Malcolm Has A Secret This Elusive Matrimonial Prize, Long The Target Of Desperate Debutantes And Their Matchmaking Mothers, Is Well Known For His Fastidiousness What Is Not Well Known Is That He Has A List Of Qualifications For His Future Bride Can Any Woman Hope To Win The Heart Of Such A Hardened Critic Selina Dalton Can Only Try Her Best And When She Begins To Succeed, Jeremy Malcolm Is Not Sure Whether He Has Discovered The Perfect Woman Or The Perfect Hoax.


10 thoughts on “Mr. Malcolms List

  1. says:

    I started this book last evening, having read the first chapter online, and could not put it down I recently discovered the Pink Carnation series by Lauren Willig and this was very similar in atmosphere and temper Light hearted, well crafted, and a very easy read I think that fans of Georgette Heyer and Jane Aus


  2. says:

    Update 6 29 15 I m knocking this down a star because, despite the fact that I read it 3 weeks ago, I can t remember a single thing It s that forgettable This book could have used a bitfleshing out At only two hundred pages, ...


  3. says:

    This is a fantastic study on how not to write a regency romance.Let me just start by saying that Selina isthan a tolerable main character I liked her a lot I don t think I would have been able to finish this book if I had to deal with an annoying mc on top of everything else.Let s just run through it.Setting Awful.It s like Allain


  4. says:

    This light romantic comedy is filled with the usual cliched characters and plot devices I didn t like the relationship between Malcolm and Selina I felt it could have been better developed aside from mere physical attraction They are both intelligent and witty but most of their interactions are sparse on dialogue Malcolm mostly comes across


  5. says:

    After reading Ingocnito by Allain I had to see what other books she had written, which is how I found Mr Malcolms List This was probably just as fun as Incognito, both are lighthearted regency novels I thought the story idea was fun, the characters likable and of course I love the regency setting I admit, I did not love Mr Malcolm, but he did grow on


  6. says:

    Very cute and many laugh out loud moments It started out a 3 for me and got better and better as it went along.


  7. says:

    I ve never actually read a book from this genre before I know, I knowhave I been hiding under a rock What can I say, Cliffs notes were my friend in school.After reading so many romances that are in your face with the content, I was wondering how I d respond to the subdued nature of the the content of this book I thoroughly enjoyed it In fact, I flew through the book fini


  8. says:

    Well, this was a super fun book I quite enjoyed it It s funny I thought, after looking at the synopses, that I would like another book of Suzanne Allain s Incognito better, but this one was better, in my opinion.Essentially, this is a Regency period romantic comedy Mr Malcolm is the second son of an earl, but has inherited a large estate and a huge amount of money, so he is a popu


  9. says:

    I was prepared for this to be not Georgette Heyer going into it I wasn t prepared for the areas where we lose the big things that made upper class Regency society what it was At one point, the heroine and hero are together, in an alcove at a balland when he tries to kiss her, she succumbs Where was the hitting him with her fan for his advances Assuming she didn t want to become his mistress


  10. says:

    Hmm Well, I really liked the first half of the book Allain does a nice job of incorporating almost satirical humor as the characters meet, and develop feelings for each other The storyline follows as one might predict from the synopsis, with the heroine being roped into a scheme to humiliate the hero, the heroine and hero falling in love with each other, the hero believing the heroine was involved in


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