I read cozy and historical mysteries, a bit of Paranormal/UF, and to mix it up, I read science and gardening books on occasion.
I was in the mood for a light read and while I was perusing my TBR piles, boxes, and shelves, I came across this and remembered that Lillelara had recently read it and enjoyed it.
I definitely enjoyed The Grand Sophy better, but this one got me through without complaint. I struggled to really feel invested in the story or any of the characters though; it seemed to missing just that little bit of depth - or else my reading slump had dulled my reading sense, rendering everything a bit duller. Given Heyer's hit and miss record, either is possible. Or perhaps a bit of both: the final scene at Rattray's rectory perked me right up; in that moment, the characters popped to life for me and I cared about what happened next.
I haven't read even close to Heyer's entire backlist, but I'd firmly place this midway on a scale of those I've read so far.