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The Marquess of Gorsewall Manor (After the Swan's Nest Book 1) Kindle Edition
A gay - m/m Regency romance, 82,000 words, print version 315 pages
- ASIN : B07GZHLMSR
- Language : English
- File size : 4005 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 318 pages
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Eventually, he finds himself in Yorkshire, having spent a good part of his journey in dark alleys with local men in order to earn a coin or two to keep body and soul together. During his latest illicit encounter, Thomas' path crosses with a mysterious well-dressed man and when he later passes out on the moors and wakes to find he's been rescued, no prizes for guessing whose house he's in!
Mysterious well-dressed men who pick up unconscious people from the moors are also apparently in the habit of finding reasons for said people to stick around, in this case a job cataloguing the hall's extensive library, no strings attached. Which is a bit disappointing for Thomas, who would very much like to repay this kindness by a little attention to his employer's needs much like the ones that got him into trouble in London.
All this is complicated by a bit of a murder mystery, as our host's fiancee disappeared before the wedding, with her father insistent that she was murdered and everyone else suspecting she'd run off with someone else. Yes, there's a lot going on in this plot, along with a bunch of servants who can't seem to decide how deferential they're going to be at any one time, which jarred a bit - Thomas is in one of those limbo positions, technically, not quite a servant but not a guest either, and everyone below stairs seemed to accommodate him no matter what.
Anyway, everything gets resolved by the end of the book, apart from Thomas' poor friend who's still doing hard labour, though it appears as though he'll get his end away in book 2 of this series. Not sure whether I'll bother, though.