The final book in Gracie's "Perfect" series. Over all, a very good story but not my favorite of the four books. This one had a few distracting modernisms that I thought inappropriate for this time period which is 1826, England. For example, on page 177, a visitor "rang the doorbell" of the previously abandoned 600 year-old Wolfestone, described as "sprawling, ancient, half house and half castle;" and with "turrets, battlements, arrow slits, Gothic arched windows, pointed roofs and gargoyles." Later, near the end of the book, the returning hero/heroine didn't use the "doorbell" but, instead, used the wolf's head door knocker on the entrance door.
Nevertheless, I enjoyed the story and look forward to future stories from Anne Gracie.