Three Men and a Maid by P.G. Wodehouse
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
As always, Wodehouse provides comic relief in between the reading of more serious books. He writes with great descriptive flourish, always entertaining.
The premise is simple; three men all in love with the same girl, and each engaged to her in the same few weeks. Sam is determined to win her back after a falling out, first using deception, later a night time visit to her home, where confusion reigns in all the characters staying there.
It is rather silly, but perfect, delicious fun.
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