Cute book. I loved Seb and how he chose to handle his issues. He always tried to look on the bright side, even when someone else might not have done so. Annabel tried to be a good daughter, knowing she needed to marry for money, and Newbury was the only one offering.
I liked that Quinn avoided the Big Misunderstanding for the most part, in that Seb realized fairly quickly that Annabel wasn't trying to keep secrets from him; she just didn't know how best to proceed. In fact, I wondered why he didn't just tell her he was wealthy enough to manage her family's needs when she told him of their problems and why she had to marry Newbury.
This had a lot of laughter in it. I had a serious LOL moment when Newbury lay on the floor, presumably dead, and Lady Vickers' response was, "Damn, he's fat." Lots of smile moments in this one. Well done by JQ.