The third installment in The Incorrigible Children of Ashton Place
I felt it was a bit slower, but on the whole moved forward the plot. At this juncture, I find myself curious as to how many books the series is to have as I cannot really see it remaining very entertaining at this pace for much longer. Two, perhaps three more books should be more than sufficient for this tale.
Ever more and more interested to know why Penelope has to dye her hair and why it is the same shade as the Incorrigibles' hair? Also, where are her parents and why did they just abandon her?
Will be on the lookout for book 4:)