Daphne Armitage is the acknowleged beauty of that family of renowned belles, but beauty is more than skin deep. Black-haired, exquisite Daphne is certain she can avoid the turmoil of true love by demanding nothing more of a husband than to be an elegant companion. Teh self-absorbed Mr Archer seems to fit the bill to perfection. But when Mr Simon Garfield agitates Daphne's calm outward manner, the results are dramatic and delightful!
This was quite boring to start with. I was thinking of putting it down and not finishing it when, about half way, there was that OMG! moment and, man did I laugh. There was also a few witty and hilarious moments scattered through out the book (not many though), which is why I have given it a low 3 stars. An OK addition to the series.
The next two, imo, are not really worth reading unless you want to finish the series and have nothing else at hand to read.