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The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue - Cheshire, London: 1 - Chershire, London: 3 Summary & Analysis

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The morning Monty prepares to leave for a tour of the country, he wakes up hungover sleeping beside his crush, Percy. He quickly deduces that they did not sleep together, much to his relief (as he would rather do so sober). A servant named Sinclair tells Monty his father wants to see him before he leaves. The two fall out of bed and ask each other where they were and what they did the night before. Monty is thrilled that Percy gets to join him, and wishes he could spend his life with him as he kisses Percy’s finger.

The two head to breakfast where their family is waiting, including Monty’s sister Felicity. Percy’s aunt tells Monty that they found his pants and Monty remembers stripping when they returned home. His father arrives and Monty feels self-conscious...

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