I distinctly enjoyed the feminist undertone of the story. Those revealing cutting remarks about how women, whether they be dirt poor or filthy rich, have to present themselves according to the patriarchal society were nice to read besides the bland, usual romance.
The rest of the book was kind of meh. If the whole premise of the story is a trial and your hero is famous barrister, I kind of expect there to be some prosecuting. The barrister somehow turned into a gentleman inquisitor and I'm wondering why Ms. Hunter didn't just have a detective as a hero. Also, the blurb makes the story seem fast with a high tension atmosphere. In actuality, it is rather slow.
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