An enjoyable romp. The characters are vividly drawn from Eugenia, who bobbles her presentation to the queen, to Penelope, the soon-to-be spinster sister of four celebrated beauties. The men are equally impressive, from Grant, her reluctant suitor, to the Duke of Marchford with his scheming grandmother. Forester adds some surprising touches, doesn't repeat the typical tropes.
I'm looking forward to the second in the Marriage Mart series, I'm hoping to see some continuing plot lines.