I absolutely love this! (I'm definitely getting an ebook and a paper copy when they're available) I was excited about this book from the moment I heard that Rose Lerner was working on a "lesbian Jewish Regency Gothic retelling of Jane Eyre" back in 2019 (especially since at the time I'd just read a queer Jane Eyre-ish book that I found disappointing).
This is so good!! It's wonderfully gothic and queer! I like how the foreshadowing delved into Deborah's history as well as her future. I loved seeing Deborah and Jael's romance develop! I found the story a bit stressful at times (not enough to put a damper on my enjoyment of it, but if I'd had an ebook or paper copy I would've been flipping to the end to make sure things turned out okay for our heroines).
It was neat to see references to various characters from the Lively St. Lemeston series (this is set in the same universe), and I'm looking forward to reading Deborah's ex Iphigenia's book!