Such a good story!
Many years ago, people of society were raised with a certain air about them. Now, imagine that one of those society women realized, though she had wealth, she was indeed lacking in her life. The changes she then made were quite admirable.
That's what I felt for most of the book. I knew there was romance in the story, I even knew who was in love with whom, still, no romance was in the air.
And then it was...
Exactly what you had hoped for and more. Enough more to want to read more, but there was none left.
I liked this story, through and through. This story, though very, very different from the Sadie Hoffmiller books, I loved and know so many of you will too. For Kilpack fans, read it, but don't compare it to the culinary mysteries. They're nothing alike, but in a good way.