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Marry the Man Today

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 24, 2005

    MAKES YOU THINK

    ELIZABETH IS NOT A SUFFRAGETTE. SHE INSIST SHE IS A SUFFRAGIST.ENCOMPASSING ANYONE NOT ENJOYING WHAT MEN AND ESPECIALLY UPPER CLASS MALES TAKE FOR GRANTED. UNLIKE OTHER ROMANCE BOOKS WHERE THE MALE IS THE LUSTFUL ONE-ELIZABETH TEACHES WOMAN HOW TO SEDUCE THEIR HUSBANDS--AMONG OTHER THINGS BETTER NOT KNOWN TO THE LIKES OF SCOTLAND YARD AND PARLIMENT. IT BRINGS INTO REALITY THE LAWS WOMEN LIVED UNDER IN THAT TIME PERIOD.SOME BOOKS MINIMALLY SKIRT THE ISSUE--THIS BOOK DELVES INTO THE PRACTICE.I WONDER WHAT ELIZABETH-WHO FOUGHT SO HARD FOR WOMEN'S RIGHTS-WOULD SAY IF SHE KNEW 150 YEARS LATER THERE WERE SOME COUNTRIES STILL NOT ALLOWING WOMEN TO VOTE. ON A SENSUAL SCALE OF 1-10 IT IS A 6 ONE TIME ONLY. BUT IF LUSTFUL THOUGHTS RUNNING THROUGH BOTH ROSS AND ELIZABETH'S MINDS WERE COUNTED--IT WOULD SURELY AVERAGE OUT TO AN 8.DIDN'T GET A FIVE AS MOST OF NEEDHAM'S BOOKS DESERVE SINCE THE ROMANTIC MOOD WAS CONSTANTLY BROKEN BY CHILDISH PATTER BETWEEN LOVERS.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    strong Victorian romantic suspense

    In 1853 suffragette supporter Elizabeth Dunaway plans an incident to insure she will be arrested as a way of protesting the lack of women¿s rights. However, her scheme goes awry when Earl Ross Carrington rescues her. Even more shocking Elizabeth is forced to marry her ¿hero¿ for proprietary sake. Though a bride attracted to her spouse, Elizabeth continues her support of women¿s rights working as a conductor on the underground train that helps abused females to flee an untenable situation. At the same time, Ross keeps a vigil on developments in Russia and Austria that could impact England. When their two ventures suddenly merge, they realize they love one another, but first England is in jeopardy. --- MARRY THE MAN TODAY is a strong Victorian romantic suspense that grips the audience from the moment that Ross rescues Elizabeth and never slows down until the final altercation. The story line is action-packed starring two courageous champions although their respective causes differ. Fans obtain an intriguing look at the frustrations of the early suffragettes struggling against a tide of ¿family values¿ that assumes a woman needs a man for food, shelter and safety/protection. Though the merging of the two subplots seems strained, readers will appreciate this fine historical tale.--- Harriet Klausner

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