A telegram from his family's attorney to come home immediately interrupts Spencer Wentworth's carefree life in England. Spencer A Wentworth, a scion of an old wealthy banking family of New York Gold Coast in Long Island, returns from a three-year Grand Tour in 1927 with a big surprise waiting for him. Thus begins a series of events putting pressure on his personal life.
Will he be able to handle the big responsibility given to him?
With the stock market about to collapse, he is plagued with worries that the family will lose everything including Wentworth Hall, his ancestral home. Will he and his family retain their way of life as the country gets deeper into the Depression?
Honoring his promise to preserve his legacy, he is determined to save Wentworth Hall at any cost even if it means losing the only woman he loves. A tale of responsibility, love, betrayal, suspense and redemption during the Gilded Age. It is a fascinating account of the way of life long gone.
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About the Author
ROSALINDA R MORGAN was born in the Philippines, immigrated to New York in 1967, became a U.S. citizen in 1973 and retired in Charleston, SC in 2011. She has been a C.P.A., a real estate agent, a businesswoman, an active community leader, a gardener, a writer and an author. She loves antiques and also has as a degree in Art and Antique Appraisal. In spite of a full-time job as a caregiver to her husband who has End Stage Kidney Disease, she finds time to write during her spare moments. Since her retirement, she has published three historical novels, one motivational book and is currently working on a contemporary fiction. For more info about her books, visit her website: www.rosalindamorgan.com.