Elizabeth Hunter's book has everything you could ever want. Really. It has wit, fun, love, mystery, supernatural and so much more. I have read some of her work before and have been impressed by the way she always had everything planned in minute details.
I found the same thorough and attentive plan in this book and was thrilled to see that with the change of 'scenery' she never lost her style.
The book had me on the edge of my seat the entire time and I hated my new workplace because it made me leave the house and postpone reading whatever chapter I was on until I returned home. I loved Beatrice and her grandmother, I enjoyed the quirky priest and the wonderful butler, but most of all I loved Gio. Although I did want to slap him upside the head a few times, I only wished it because I'm a hopeless romantic and rooted for him to finally give into his feelings.
With that being said, I cannot wait for December and the second installment to see where Elizabeth takes the story next.