If you like a light historical romance that is charming but not too substantial this should suit.
You know everything will turn out ok, so you are never too worried.
The sisters who are at the center of the story are sweet and lovely, but we get no sense of why they are who they are. The same can be said of the men they eventually marry. And I am still pondering how the sisters made it to their respective ages having never been kissed, just not believable.
The plot is straightforward and plays out as you would expect. My main complaint would be that it all plays out rather quickly and without much nuance or sense of a reason for it happening.
I wanted more detail, more background and more of a motivation for the things that happened and choices that were made.
As an example – the new Earl of Clivesden – there are hints of his horrible character and dastardly deeds but nothing is ever revealed. Other than being pompous and rather mean spirited there is never anything to justify the rumors hinted at through the book.
Ashlyn Macnamara missed the chance to add dimension and depth to what is a sweet but ultimately forgettable story.A Most