Not at all my usual fare. I enjoyed it immensly. Huge fun.
I loved to see the world through the eyes of an impoverished young Aristocrat in the 30ies and I adored the enthousiastic voice acting. I found the characters engaging and the story entertaining and funny. What I enjoyed most was the change of the heroine from a likeable but rather insecure girl into a women who is determined to get to the bottom of things.
Amusing and thrilling; fine narration; intriguing plot and characterization; among the best of this author's books.
After listening to others in the series, I came back to the first book and what a bang-up beginning!
I really liked this book. I have listened to many audible books and the narrator made this very enjoyable.
The story is cute. I'm going to listen to the next one
Not very high at all. The book is just okay. I figured out ending very early in the book.
She was great and I hope to listen to more books narrated by her.
Maybe Belinda, because she seem to be the most fun of them all.
Overall this book was just okay. I'm on fence about listening to rest of the series.
I loved the way the heroine, Lady Georgiana, has a back ground one dreams about, but has no money. She must do ordinary things to make a living. At the end of a long day, it is captivating, entertaining, not too heavy, and takes place in a time period where good morals still prevail. There is no fowl language to endure and the characters are likable and use proper English. It does strike me as being more of a girl book than a guy book, but that is just my opinion. I liked it so well, that I finished the book yesterday, and I am buying the next one in the series today.
This book is simply delightful. Excellent story woven with humour, presented deliciously by a narrator capable to capture the spirit of the dear Lady Georgiana. Fully recommended.