Beautiful. Completely beautiful. Anna Godberson has captivated me with a series which has caused me to feel every range of emotion from joy to heartbreak, and repeatedly at that. I'm almost tempted to give this 5 stars for being able to read something that makes me "feel" after reading so many books that are just merely decent stories and nothing more.Poor Diana and Henry just can't seem to catch a break. Neither can Elizabeth, the darling girl, whom I once cared nothing for, but has started to really grow on me.As usual, Penelope was her cruel, broken self. Lina's still up to her social climbing ways. I was pleased to find Teddy to have more dimension in this book, even though some of his interactions with Elizabeth seemed to come out of left field.