I really enjoyed this book. Being new to Wen Spencer, I didn't have a lot of preconceived ideas when it came to her books. This book approaches the fanasty romance in a whole new way. Lets get this out of the way first, it is more of a romance than a fanasty and it will appeal more to females than males.
The novel is based in a world where are 20-30 women to every man and sisters share one or maybe two husbands (if they are lucky). Men are the property of their sisters and the sale or swop of these men are how girls get a husband. Men are rarely seen by anyone but their families and are generally ornaments for breeding and taking care of the kids.
In this setting, a family of Landed Sisters descended from soliders save one of the land's princesses, unusually their brother is involved in the rescue and you can probably guess the main plot line from there. Fortunately the novel is well written and the characters are great and there are twists and turns in the plot line so the predictable main story line is not annoying.
All in all a great afternoon or holiday read that doesn't tax the brain cells.