I bought the first book in this series on sale and I am hooked. This is a perfect book if you want a break from intensive reads. Good plot and fun characters.
Very well written and enjoyable. Four instead of five stars because the surtbor asks too much of your willingness to suspend disbelief. The premise about the heroine is not believable but i was mostly able to let that go. Otber stuff is just carelessness and harder to taje. For example it is asking too much to in one place make a big deal about the princess needing a chaperone and then in the next i stznce letting her go off on her own for a visit. But then there is the charming Darcey and the hope he may be a worthy hero. Could a new sleuth couple be in the making?
I thought maybe this book just started out slowly and then it would get better, but it never did. It was silly, predictable and the characters were just plain foolish. The narrator is competent, but there was nothing in this story that could make her entertaining. Sorry, a dud.
Georgie is back and again wrapped up in mystery. I love the historical placement of the drama, which is of course witty and endearing. Again, I can't believe how long I put off this series.
It's been a long time since a book made me literally laugh out loud. This series is hilarious and the narrator is excellent. She does a great job changing her voice to match the characters. Great, light summer reading!
With an exciting and engaging plot and an AMAZING narrator, this book is a vivid introduction to the world of upper crust England during the 1930's.