3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
very good Heyer with a unique setting and heroine,
This review is from: Faro's Daughter (Paperback)
I really enjoyed this book. The only downside to it is the slightly odd note the heroine strikes-- she is honorable and intelligent, yet does something very silly. That bit of the book seemed like it was lifted from a story about a different heroine.
Overall, a fun romp with a heroine who has a sense of honor, and a hero who makes a great mistake in his evaluation of her. Interesting because the setting and situations are very different than other Heyer books. A satisfying ending.