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More and More (Mayfair Square #1)

3.4 of 5 stars 3.40  ·  rating details  ·  91 ratings  ·  7 reviews
29 year old Finch More, connoisseur of antique glass is considered 'on the shelf'. But when her brother is mysteriously abducted, the world sees the real Finch More - a woman of action and passion - a woman who scorns defeat.
Paperback, 416 pages
Published April 1st 1999 by Grand Central Publishing
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Although I like historicals, this one was a great disappointment. The characters had no depth, the same sex (not love) scene was recycled over and over, and so was the dialogue! Very little seemed true to the period; servants were the intimates of the "gentry," the heroine was sexually curious and liberated; in fact, there seemed very little sense of period at all. If the author hadn't identified the date, I doubt I could have placed this in any particular pre-industrial revolution era with any ...more
A mysterious personage wishes to rid his/her family home of *gasp* boarders so he/she devises a plan to have the young people married off and out of the house. The first in this series involves Finch More, who, along with her brother, runs an antiquities business. Viscount Ross Kilrood is the next door neighbor who has retained the services of More & More to secure some packages that, when united, comprise an artifact very valuable to a small foreign municipality. Both the interference of th ...more
jean lowden
Not her best

While the mystery and story lines were well done, the excerpts by the ghost were irrelevant and hard to follow: very distracting. Sexual descriptions were a little over the top for my taste, but the main complaint was poor editing. The auto-filling of incorrect vocabulary was difficult to read through.
A fun historical with a little intrigue. (The eBook I read was really horribly edited, though.) In this one, Finch finds herself searching for her missing brother with the help of their neighbor, �Ross, Viscount Kilrood. Naturally they fall for each other, but in the process, Ross nearly loses Finch when the evil-doers of the story take everyone hostage so he will be compelled to hand over a mysterious box that will help control nations.
looking forward to the next book.
The horrifying power differential between the protagonists was only the beginning of my problems with this book.
It was a bit run of the mill for me. It had potential but I wish the characters had more spunk.
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