I've read all 4 of the Burgundy Club books, and this one is not my favorite, but it's still a darn good book. It's as if the author set herself a challenge, to use the most ridiculous plot devices, and least compatible couple in the world, to see if she could make a believable romance out of it. And she does! If you enjoy strikingly different characters and witty, intelligent writing, you'll enjoy Miranda Neville. There is no padding in her stories, every scene is there for a purpose.
Speaking of ridiculous plot devices: this book has not 1, but 2 kidnappings, an over-the-top foreign villain, amnesia, and a mysterious and valuable missing ruby from India. Neville has a great sense of humor, and I especially enjoyed the parts set at the Montrose family manor(two of the Montrose sisters are of heroines of "The Dangerous Viscount" and "Confessions of an Arranged Marriage". The theme of the whole series seems to be 'opposites attract'.