About the book - from Goodreads:
This is my second time writing a review in English so I apologize for any mistake before you start reading. This not the way I usually review books (my main language is spanish) but I like to try new things so ... here we are.
The first thing I have to say about the book is that I've never read or seen something like this before. The plot is so great and original... and once you get involved with the story then you finish it in nothing.
At first, it is quite slow but then I couldn't stop reading... I needed to know who was behind the mistery of Lord Miller. It was so easy to follow and even though the ended seemed a little rushed to me, I enjoyed the whole book. Cassie and Lady Cassandra, our main characters, felt real, they were not perfect and I liked that.
It was funny and interesting to see two different people from different centuries adapting to heir new realities and taking the place of the other. At the beginning I didn't connect neither with both characters but as the story was developing so did the girls... and they turned out to be nice characters :)
It was a really enjoyable book and it's the perfect one to read if you're looking for a quick and pleaseant reading.
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