I really loved this one. My mother, who I introduced to Heyer a few years ago, read it before me and recommended it, commenting that it was interesting to see things through a man's pov. I agree with her. I've read several Heyers told through the hero's pov, but this one was very refreshing, because it doesn't deal with any of the matters of the ton, like usual. I think that John is now my favorite hero of Heyer's, with his matter of fact way of fixing things and his devil for mischief.