I read it awhile back, during the summer, so I only have a scant memory of it. I never wrote a review, which was a mistake, but it was so long ago, I wasn't into writing them yet. I do remember enjoying it since the prose, itself, makes it worth the read. Like her sisters, she paints pictures with her words. I am, however, easy to please. I assume authors want to please their readers so I start out with that premise, in a positive frame of mind, and am rarely disappointed. The tale is full of mysteries and misdirection. In the end, though, it is a happy reconciliation and, I thought, a thoroughly enjoyable read in the great tradition of the Victorian novel.