Cecilia and Emily, is a breath of fresh air amongst the many diatribes against cheating wives that TW has blessed us with. As always though, TW provides a convoluted plot that's intriguing enough to hold the reader's interest.
Technically, it's not up to his usual standards, but that doesn't mean it's bad, just not as good as usual, with the odd homonym popping up, like acne pustules on the face of an adolescent. At no time are there enough bloopers to make the reading difficult.
This story is well worth adding to your library.
Read it and enjoy!