Before starting reading it, I knew the book had some linguistic incaccuracies (like the word "terrific", or the American-style dialogues). Anyway, since I'm not English mothertongue, I decided to give it a try, but I was a bit disappointed all the same.
First of all, I like sex scenes, and in the book there's only one, and very little graphic. Since one of the two main characters is a prostitute, I thought we were going to have pleny of sex scenes, but I was wrong.
Anyway, this is not the main fault, there's another one All along the book, Rob (the prostitute) doesn't want to talk about his family, because the family is well known in Society. So we wonder who he is, and who's the mysterious "uncle" who turned him to prostitution. Well, we'll never know, because at the end of the story the author "forgets" to give us clarifications about it!! How could this be possible? Didn't she realise she forgot a piece of novel? I don't know, it's like writing a detective story without telling who the murderer is.
So, if you are just looking for a sweet love story, buy this book, but if you're looking for a real Regency M/M novel, with a real ending and some real sex, avoid it