It is 1904 and Leopold and Amalie Blakeley have been happily married for six years. After a brutal winter, they are once again delighted to return to their country retreat. On this occasion, the Blakeleys are bringing along newlyweds, Annabelle March and her husband, Harvey Havemeyer. Malcolm McFadden, still nurturing an undying love for Amalie, is also returning with his new bride, Dolores.
When an unexpected visitor arrives from Spain with malicious intent and a woman from Leopold’s past suddenly reappears to spark Amalie’s jealousy and his profound embarrassment, the summer becomes overshadowed by drama and intrigue. As McFadden, Blanche, and Cordelia become involved in the couple’s latest adventures, along with Mr. and Mrs. March and Lady Agatha Pengallon, the ever-dependable Bridgette keeps everything running as smoothly as possible, despite Amalie’s various schemes and revelations. Amid the setting of a changing world and the enduring passion between Leopold and Amalie, many mysteries are discovered and finally resolved.
In this exciting conclusion of the Loving Leopold trilogy, the summer of 1904 brings turbulence and unexpected intrigue into the lives of Leopold and Amalie Blakeley.