I've been meaning to read Bath Tangle since I spent a semester in Bath during my junior year of college. It was gratifying to read about familiar places as the story unfolded (although it is not set entirely in Bath). Unlike some of Heyer's novels, I found this to be a bit slow to develop, with perhaps not enough attention paid to the primary relationship between the hotheaded, entitled Serena and her former fiance, the equally abrupt Marquis of Rotherham. Rotherham drifts in and out of the scenery as Serena meets and is won by an old flame, remaining tantalizingly absent. His motivations aren't clear, nor are Serena's, until the very last moments of the book. The secondary characters are, nevertheless, amusing and engaging, and it was an enjoyable read.