‘Bridgerton’s wild little sister. So much fun!’ Sarra Manning, author of London, with Love.
‘Ferociously witty and joyously unrepentant, Infamous wraps a rollicking story of regency revelry excess around a heart of queer love and the power of self-authorship’ Kat Dunn22-year-old aspiring writer Edith ‘Eddie’ Miller and her best friend Rose have always done everything together-climbing trees, throwing grapes at boys, sneaking bottles of wine, practising kissing . . .
Now that they’re out in society, Rose is suddenly talking about marriage, and Eddie is horrified. When Eddie meets charming, renowned poet and rival to Lord Byron, Nash Nicholson, he invites her to his crumbling Gothic estate in the countryside. The entourage of eccentric artists indulging in pure hedonism is exactly what Eddie needs in order to finish her novel and make a name for herself.
But Eddie might discover that trying to keep up with her literary heroes isn’t all poems and pleasure . . .