Fingersmith, by Sarah Waters

This Dickensian-era romp through crime and double-crossing is a lesbian-adventure-filled, well, adventure. You like and dislike everyone all at the same time, and you don’t know who, if anyone, you are supposed to be rooting for. Some of the double-crossing and thick-headedness of the characters gets old/slows the pace of the story, but overall this books sucks you in for a Victorian-era good time.