This might be my least favorite of the Heyer books I've read so far. The male protagonist is twice the age of the female protagonist and I didn't like either of them. Some of the supporting cast was entertaining. There are the usual hijinks, some of which were amusing, but for the most part without protagonists that I could actually like it just was not a fun experience. I skimmed my way to the end just to see if the characters would redeem themselves, but meh. This was like a 5, I guess.
I put another Heyer book on reserve, one that was specifically recommended, because I am still in the mood to read one but I want it to be good this time. c_c Wish me luck!