Monty is supposed to be a gentleman. Sent to the finest schools, with expectations of running his father’s estate, but he is anything but. Always in the mood for a good time, a good drink, and carousing with both lads and ladies, he has been expelled from Eton and become an embarrassment to his family (especially his father). The one person who has always been there for him is his best friend Percy, who he has also been in love with for the past two years (and trying his best to hide it). They areoff on their Grand Tour of the continent (Europe) before Percy heads to law school and Monty begins his life as a Lord. Monty is looking forward to nights of debauchery and fun, but his father has other plans, sending a guardian to keep the trip cultural and the boys out of trouble. Luckily (or unluckily) Monty finds himself on the wrong side of a Duke and the trip turns into something no one plans. Daring escapes into the night, a mystery of an alchemical cure-all, pirates, and in the midst of all that, figuring out what his future holds and if Percy can be a part of it.

The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue is full of fun, adventure, and self discovery.