I love Eloisa James and in my opinion she has never written a bad book. The reason she lost a star here was because the story was so short and I felt like there were so many things that happened that were left out of the story, but it was still a wonderful story. When Genevieve's elderly husband dies she sees her freedom in sight, but her husband left an unorthodox leaving her once again in limbo. She must choose to marry one of two men that her late husband has hand picked or she would not receive her inheritance. Holding her head high she refuses to let them see her shame over such a will being read, and instead she stiffens her spine and make some demands of her own. I'm not going to delve any further into the story since it is a novella and I don't want to spoil the story but it was a great read.