The story itself is interesting, but seems a little longer and drawn out than the Lady Julia books. It has beautiful descriptions. The mysteries of the story sometimes falter- the plot could be a little tighter, but overall enjoyable. It was a good book, just not as good as some of the others by Ms. Raybourn.
The main character was fairly well done, but the accent did falter at times. I was distracted by the Count's accent/voice. It often took me out of the story. Sometimes the inflection did match the words and ideas.
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