This book is like a historical romance version of Weekend at Bernie's
with several people moving a corpse from different locations. The first time was funny but the rest of the times was just tiresome.
Usually I would have dnfed this book sooner than 150 pgs - there's too much absurdity and anachronisms - but I was looking for a light historical and this fit the bill. But after a while I just realized I didn't care what happened.
If you don't mind historical characters behaving WAY out of line (like gentlemen talking about "skinny dipping" to ladies) then you may enjoy this. It's not for me even in my current mood.