I had a very relaxing weekend this weekend. I did almost nothing, except read. I read 3, maybe 4 romance novels (yeah I read romance novels, so what?) went shopping for a bridal shower, got stuck in rush hour traffic and read an actual book (I read romance novels, but I recognize they are not really books, this makes me not a sad sack).
The book is very well written, and though its not very deep thematically, I wasn't sure how the mystery was going to unravel until the very end. The story kept me engaged, and interested, and not just because of the descriptions of gardens (of which there are many and they play very little part in the story but I enjoyed them).
I'd recommend this book to women, who have a few hours to kill, and want to read a story with romance and heartbreak but something better than one of those "Something Borrowed" books.