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Viscount Radford Evers was injured at Waterloo when his horse fell upon him, leaving his leg crippled. Currently in Bath taking the waters, hoping it will help his bad limp, he is a foul mood despite the teasing of his best friend Lord Nathan Wynter, who is determined not to let his friend wallow in his fit of self-pity. This day, Radford felt more than self-loathing - he felt trapped. His mother arrived the night previous and is pushing Radford to find a bride. Whether to actually zero in on finding a wife or just to forestall mother dearest, Radford hits upon the idea of making a list of all the requirements of the perfect wife for him.
Humble tenant of Viscount Radford Evers, May Sheffers intercepted the eviction notice in the morning mail before her ailing Aunt Winnie saw it. May's parents has been off awandering, as they are apt to do, and her uncle is trying to have them declared dead. This has caused a shortage in their funds, one May hopes is temporary. May has petitioned Mr.Read more ›
happiness. The book was inexpensive enough that I bought it based on the
blurb with out reading the reviews. I went to to buy the some other books by
McFalls: "The Marriage List" is the first McFalls' novel I have read and I will enjoy reading
more of her work.
I had no intention of writing a review, but saw the relatively low score for the book.
After reading the reviews, I found a number very negative,
which given the excellent storytelling in this book, was surprising.
"The Marriage List," Dorothy McFalls, debut novel has more strengths than weaknesses. It is a very well written novel (though one of the previous reviewer's complaints about too modern language and phrases is true), with a nicely drawn cast of characters and a good plot that is competently and powerfully executed. And if you're looking for an emotionally engaging read with a strong character portrayal of the heroine, then you're bound to enjoy "The Marriage List." It's been a while since I've read such a poignant novel -- Dorothy McFalls did and excellent job of making me feel May's panic, hopelessness and her pain. I also thought that the author did a rather good job of making us see how confused Evers felt about his unexpected feelings for May, and how torn he was between doing the expected thing of courting the exceptional Lady Lillian and wanting to spend more time with May.Read more ›
May's parents had left her in the care of her Aunt Winnie and gone off to seek their fortune and adventure in exotic places. After not having been heard from for several years, May's uncle, a controlling Earl, had petitioned to have her parents declared dead, thereby as head of the household, gaining control of and cutting off May's funds. Since this had happened, the rent on May and Aunt Winnie's cottage in Bath had not been paid and Ever's man of affairs had sent an eviction notice. May needed to convince Evers to intervene in stopping the eviction and give her time to sort out the financial tangle.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Well written, interesting story development, lovable characters! 4 star because if the end...it was a bit too much going on and the way the h left... Read morePublished 4 months ago by mira
This was a heartwarming story that ended the way I love them to. It was clean and well written. I do not feel that I wasted my time as I often do when reading some regency books. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Agatha
A fun historical read. Sometimes the women seem a bit too weak and dim but this was the situation at the time so this portrayal is understandable. Read morePublished 6 months ago by SRose
This was a silly a little overly dramatic regency romance that was sweet with a little sensuality. The story is a typical one and the writing was ok. Read morePublished 6 months ago by LoveBooks
I was very disappointed in this book--the story line is fairly classic and the characters are decently formed, however the setting and background... Read more
I thought this was a very sweet read. This book is quite typical for a regency romance however it does not have the sexual scenes that some stories have which was refreshing. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Love2Read
Radford(H) has to marry to create his family but it's his first venture to secure a bride and war has made his leg lame and maybe limited his choices. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Daun
Enjoyable. No surprises but that is exactly why I read this type of story.Published 10 months ago by CHEYENNE