Added a star because Part One was fantastic, nearly perfect.
Part Two and Three? Messy and disjointed.
One thing that I've noticed in this series is that Eloisa James answers all problems with sex. If there's a misunderstanding? Sex! Hurt feelings? Sex! Insurmountable circumstances? Sex! A broken man's drug-induced fever dreams and a women desperate to marry her love? Fake-Dream sex in a carriage!
This is so disappointing, especially in this book where the love story is poignant and, at times, tragic.
I wish our resolution involved a little more talking before all the boinking.