The premise of this story has been told before, boy meets girl, boy and girl have vastly different social standing, boy fall in love with girl. At the same time this is extremely diffenrent from anything that I have read in a while. I can not remember the last time I have laughed so hard, and have been rooting for a happily ever after as much as I was for these two.
I love the fact that they met in New York and ended in London. It made it feel as though I was reading an accounting of actual fact instead of fiction. Georgia may not have had a education based in a classroom, but she was sharp as a whip and she had street smarts and common sense which sometimes goes a heck of a lot farther than book sense. I am glad that Rodrick/Robinson went through what he did, because it allowed him to be himself, without all the expectations that he had to deal with daily.
I do wish I would have known what he was thinking and feeling when he first met her on the street, that is the only part that left me wanting.
I will definitely be looking forward to reading more books by Delilah Marville in the future.