A town that doesn’t really exist but operates very much in the old medieval way where there is those with money on one side of a river, and those without on the other. In some American towns it is also a railway line I understand. In England it would be the higher lane for the wealthy as the lower land would be marshy and prone to flooding. And many would have the name Upper Town added.
Just for a change we have a female billionaire but we still have her falling for someone from the ‘wrong side of the tracks’ – see reference to railways here.
I was rather concerned with our heroine’s cousin – Kingsley. He was far too close to her for comfort. But what a family she has – and Kingsley too. Too much money and not enough character to be anything other than drags
A reasonably well written novel with some suspense and romance, but not exceptional. It is a Romeo and Juliet without the final deaths.