My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Another winner from Ms. Duran, intricately plotted, well-executed, with characters that seem very real and complex. It uses the amnesia trope to good effect, and the in-depth look at Victorian politics is also skillfully handled.
The set-up for the next story is included, and I can't wait to read it. This is the fifth "Rules for the Reckless" novel, but you don't have to read the others to appreciate the story in this one. However, if you like A Lady's Code of Misconduct you'll want to check out Duran's backlist for more enjoyable historical romance.
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