Sebastian, a young and handsome duke, heir to the beautiful Chevron Estate, is bored. He feels his life is mapped out for him and he is being swept along in a tide of tradition; the more he tries to rebel, the more he unwittingly conforms. Set in 1905, at the end of the Edwardian era, the reader already knows the cataclysmic changes that England will face, how long can the privileged last and can it adapt or will it be lost forever.
Thanks for the tag, @CrowCAH 😊
1. Classic: Jane Austen the Brontes 🌸 Modern: Sue Grafton, Maeve Binchy (not really all that modern 😀)
2. Lunch/coffee with friends during the day; evenings with a book and my cats.
3. A lot of my favorite books/movies/interests seem to take place in the early 1900s—the Betsy-Tacy books, Titanic, The Music Man, Downton Abbey, etc.
4. Anyone who hasn't already been tagged and wants to play. 😊
My 50th book so far this year -1/3 of my Goodreads goal 💪💪💪 unfortunately I wasn't mad about this one, it should have been right up my alley but felt lacklustre and just when it would pique my interest it would deviate away from the thing that interested me!