- File Size: 2915 KB
- Print Length: 246 pages
- Publisher: Pride Publishing (October 24, 2017)
- Publication Date: October 24, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B075K84BMP
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #996,403 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
From Upstairs to Downstairs Kindle Edition
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Unfortunately, an attack on Edward shortly after his grandfather’s death causes him to lose everything, including his memory. He has no idea who he is and somehow ends up at an estate where a kind housekeeper puts him back together and he works as a stable boy. A frenemy from his former life, Thomas, finds him there and brings him back where he belongs but Edward still has no memory of anything. It is with the help of his friends that he begins to fall for Thomas (again) and try to figure out how to get his memory back.
Part of this story is the romance between Edward and Thomas and that is lovely, as is the dealings with their friends. I liked how they watched out for each other, “He said you were so nice and understanding about…um, us, and he didn’t want to see any harm come to you.” The other part is the unraveling of the mystery behind his attack. While the reason was clear, I was surprised at how he ended up at Whitgrove, the estate. Edward’s reaction to Welcher was so typical of him and despite it all, I was glad how he handled it.
This is an interesting story with the historical aspects seeming right. The characters had depth and I appreciated there were no over the top villains. Thomas and Edward, of course, the best.
I must start out by saying that I never read this genre. The blurb caught my attention and I thought I would give it a try. I thought this was a good story and I really liked Edward and Thomas and how their relationship built. I thought it was a little far fetched that almost every person was gay or was ok with being gay, that seemed out of place for the time period, or what we are all lead to believe would have happened then. I would have liked more information on how Edward dealt with his memory loss and less on the mystery of who done it, only because I don't like mysteries. For having not read this genre before I will have to say I liked it.