Dee-lightful. It feels like Greenwood hits her stride in this novel (#3 in the series) so we are fully comfortable with the people she is crafting at this point.
We meet Jane for the first time, so Phryne has now built her menagerie (I believe this is it, as per the TV series so it'll be a - lovely! - surprise if someone else comes into the mix). We get a few more sexy bits than normal - they really do tone this down on TV, as to be expected - and we get two overlapping story lines (again, not surprisingly, as this is what Greenwood is wont to do).
Of course, I'll continue on. Why not? They're flip, fun jaunts.