There have been a number of Sabrina Jeffries books I've enjoyed, but while this one had many of the elements I like - wit, steam, banter - I felt like it was just going through the motions. There was no chemistry for me with the characters or the story.
The best one of the trilogy, but I quite like them all. More than I did the other two (and longer) series that I read.
Interesting, but the author didn't convince me that I should care about the hero and heroine's difficulties, the plot or their relationship as much as with the first 2 books in this series, both of which I liked a good deal better than this one.
I really loved this book! I won't get into the plot, as GR has done a good job of describing it, except that the hero and heroine pretend to be lovers so they can get into a house party in the country and steal some letters from their host. I really liked the way Jeffries described how their initial...