Gentleman's Guide to Vice And Virtue
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Henry “Monty” Montague has a reputation for drinking, gambling, and sleeping with women and men much to his father’s disapproval. But as Monty gets ready to leave on his Grand Tour of Europe, his father expects him to come back ready to take over the family’s estate and sends someone to restrain his impulses. Monty also has a crush on his best friend and traveling companion, Percy. With his younger sister, Felicity, in tow, he vows to make it his last hurrah, but when he makes a reckless decisions, their trip takes a dangerous turn that chases them across Europe.
Monty and his sister, Felicity, have a conversation toward the latter half of the book about their attraction to people. The words asexual or aromantic come up, Felicity does says that she doesn’t feel that way about people. She makes out with a guy as a distraction and notes that there wasn’t anything special.
Felicity gets a sequel which will be posted next month.