Reading the synopsis on the back of this book, we already know Georgina has a secret. It’s not until at least halfway through the book that we learn what her secret is, and that would be okay if the first half of the book was full of other interesting events. However, not much happened before the secret was revealed except the predictable events of the “coming out to Society” process. I tried to enjoy this book, but the characters didn’t develop much over the course of the book except for the reveal of Georgina’s secret. I did enjoy Colin because he made some mature choices throughout the story. The secondary characters like Lavinia and Jane were enjoyable because they were just normal people. If three and a half stars was an option, I’d give 3.5. It’s not really as bad as a three, but not as good as a four.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.