" This book had some nice moments, and I was willing enough to go along with the Ghost of St. Giles thing (which really is fairly silly), but there were a number of things that kept throwing me out. Sometimes it was anachronistic language ("druthers," for example), sometimes it was just weirdness (why would the heroine be writing long chatty letters to the hero, and signing them "Yours affectionately" when a)she barely knows him, and b)is supposedly super depressed?). But mostly it was that the heroine never really gelled into an authentic-seeming person to me. She mostly just seemed like a collection of devices; everything she is described to be (which doesn't always seem to go with how she acts) is merely there to bring about something in the hero. She brings him to life; how her sparkling personality accomplishes that while at the same time supposedly being moody/depressed/vengeful doesn't make sense to me. "
— Cecilia, 1/28/2014