Diana, hands down, has got to be the best of the Six Sisters - and the Six Sisters the best of all Chesney's series. This sister is like a stormy "breath of fresh air" unwilling to give up the freedoms of a tomboy until she learns a lesson to break her heart, though not her spirit.
The predicaments she lands herself in with much alacrity from Lord Mark Dantry, are extremely amusing and highly original. And the chemistry between the two is better than Minerva and Sylvester. Dantry is a rake on the verge of reform when he meets his match in Diana, a veritable goddess, warring for his heart.
This installment presents a full tapestry of life in the Regency period as it shifts back and forth from the country to London and back again. All the familiar characters and married sisters are back to contribute to an overall delightful experience. Though Minerva is hailed as the favorite of the six by many, read Annabelle, Deirdre, and Daphne simply to appreciate getting to Diana.