Changeless by Gail Carriger
Granted I never wrote a review on the first book but nevertheless I continue to enjoy the witticisms of Alexia and the addition of the character Madame Lefoux, who is quite a scandalous character for the Victorian era, was a great complement. The plot overall was enjoyable although not amazing.
In this book Carriger seems to have made Ivy even sillier which is great for comic relief, but is remarked upon so often as to be quite a bit heavy handed. The plot overall was enjoyable although not amazing.
I'm a bit disappointed in the ending, and the reaction of Lord Maccon at the end of the book. It seems in character but only mostly.