Loved pretty much everything about it except the time gaps and the sex (not the development itself but the way it was handled), which I feel should've been a bigger deal for Alanna's POV especially since she spent so much time stressing over it.
I'm seeing a few concerns about how Alanna is a special snowflake, and how only she was special enough to suspect the Duke, and how it was nbd when she identified herself as a girl. But here's the thing, of course, she's a special snowflake! That's how Pierce's books are. Read her other series, and it's exactly the same. Also, the series are hella old, so the writing style then for YA may be different for the how it is now. Just putting it out there.
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