Normally, stories that jump between viewpoints are a little annoying to me, but Stuart wrote this one so well that it didn't bother me at all. As a matter of fact, I really enjoyed the contrast between old-world, society-hopping Gailene and new-world, motorcycle-riding Zondra. I also loved the interplay between the two perspectives, and how all the pieces of the puzzle gradually came together.
Another treat in this book was the complexities of the characters. Even the minor characters were done really well. I particularly enjoyed the relationship between Zondra and Calverton, the (kind-of) butler. I also really liked how Gailene had so many faults and yet I felt for everything she was going through. She was truly well-rounded and real.
All in all, a really fun book! I'm glad I read it and am sure I'll be checking out more of Stuart's work in the future.