If you enjoy likeable characters, a gentle plotline, a developing relationship, and a clean read, you'll likely enjoy this short. If you're the more historically inclined sort, be warned there are some places where you'll roll your eyes. Ballet dancing during a private musical performance, teaching children to read and write using paper rather than chalkboards, a writer calling on her publisher and being paid royalties, and already-bound books on shelves at a bookstore rather than buying the printed pages at the bookseller's and having them bound at the bookbinder's — if none of this bothers you, try downloading the sample.
Admittedly I stopped a few times. But the flavor and gentle romance kept drawing me back, and I for one enjoyed this thoroughly. Four stars.