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Mr. Malcolm's 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


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10 thoughts on “Mr. Malcolm's List

  1. says:

    This is a fantastic study on how not to write a regency romance.

    Let me just start by saying that Selina is more than a tolerable main character. I liked her a lot. I don't think I wo


  2. says:

    2019 Review
    Still a fabulously fun read, but this time I think I enjoyed Incognito better. I recommend reading both. (Not as much a fan of The Celebrated Pedestrian )

    2018 Review
    So first you read Jane Austen. And Jane's great! Iconic, even! But sometimes, deep down, you have to admit...she isn't where you go for a comfortable romance.
    Then you discover Georgette Heyer. And she's amazing! Readable, fun, romantic...everything you've hoped for. Until eventually, you run out of her books to read.
    Now what?
    You try getting other Regency books from the library. They leave you blushing hard but simultaneously banging your head against the wall because the historical detail is so off. But you're an addict now. You need your Regency fix and you can only re-read Pride and Prejudice or The Grand Sophy so many times.
    Then a book like Mr. Malcolm's List comes along. From a technical standpoint, it isn't a perfect book by a long shot. It plays a little loose with historical detail (all that first-name calling!) and comfortably relies on some scandalous behavior, but it. is. so. fun! And best of all, it fills that Regency craving without causing you to blush.
    That's right, clean but swoon-worthy.
    There isn't much drama in this plot. Not too many characters get introduced, the important ones all end up at a tiny house party. Despite a possible secondary love interest, this is no love triangle. The main couple falls instantly in love. But it isn't an awkward insta-love. They don't give into their lusts. Instead, it adds to the storyline.
    The two main characters are rather perfect...but never annoyingly so. Malcolm is drool-worthy. Where can I find one?
    Although at the times the story gets borderline preachy, it never crosses a line into irritating.
    And it is so unexpectedly funny! And sweet! I found myself flipping back to re-read scenes I'd just read because they caught me as so deliciously funny or romantic.
    I particularly liked scenes that I think will go one way, but instead go another. (view spoiler)[ For example, when Selina overheard two people gossiping and thinks maybe Malcolm's trifling with her. Instead of dragging that drama out, the author turns it on its head and creates the most romantic little scene. I re-read it at least 3 times before moving on! (hide spoiler)]


  3. says:

    I'm torn!

    2 or 4 stars? I'm conflicted!
    If you want a romantic comedy spoof, then maybe 4 stars. If you're looking for the more genuine romance article, then 2.
    That's my burning question.


  4. says:

    Somewhere between 2.5 and 3 stars... there is something that is very bingeable about this book, so I had a pleasant enough time in the middle of it. It kind of reminded me of fanfiction in its structure and tone, which


  5. 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 bit more


  6. says:

    Read to 40%, then skipped to the last 3 chapters.

    I was quite excited at the premise of this one as the synopsis sounded promising. Sadly, there wasn’t anything for me.

    All of the characters sort of sound the


  7. says:

    ** 3.5 Stars **

    Publication Date: 7/28/20
    Number of Pages: 256

    This was a fun and entertaining read from a new-to-me author. She brings the whole range of emotions into it – I giggled, I teared up, I sighed – it was a r


  8. says:

    Cute story, cute characters, it's....cute. Not super sexy, not super emotional. It's cute.


  9. 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 b


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