Poor Wooster, always the scapegoat as usual. Lighthearted and old worldly as always.
Ends like the proverbial brick wall.
A perfect book to curl up with!
The entirety of the tale had Jeeves in anonymous presence but I hate how every time a solution is sought out at the cost of the Wooster. Oh well, all's well that ends well.
P.S. someone ought to personally strangle the girl in slow dramatic motion. (You know who I'm talking about).