Well, now, that was just delightful! It's like a murder in Bridgerton being solved by Enola Holmes...fancy dinners, beautiful people, and murder.
The only thing really carrying this story was Molly herself, but that was plenty for me, as I really liked her. For other people, it may not be enough, though. This is not a deep-thinking book. There's no pulse-pounding thrills, nothing too complex, just plain easy reading with a feel-good ending.
While I enjoyed this book, it didn't quite have the same spark as the previous book in the series. While the first book was light and fun, this one was definitely more serious. Still, I really enjoyed hanging out with Finn and Vero again and seeing what they are getting themselves into.
Smart writing full of humor and heart, this is a great book that doesn't make you think too hard but still surprises you.