Buddy read with Kayl.
I really love this author and her books. I've pretty much read everything she's written to date apart from a few stories in anthologies. I really enjoy everything she writes and Think of England was no exception. It wasn't my favorite book of hers, but I enjoyed it a lot. Da Silva and Curtis were great together. I enjoyed reading about them and I loved Da Silva. He was interesting.
I'm not usually a fan of historical's but K.J. Charles writes them so well. This is easily one of my favorite historical books. It's also funny in places and the mystery aspect was really good. The romance is secondary. That might bother some but here I thought it worked well. And it didn't bother me as much as it might have if I hadn't known about the sequel.
The way this ended has left me wanting more. I know more is coming, but still, I really wish I could read the sequel now because that would be awesome. But I'm happy to wait because this is just that good.