Like I've said a million times, I LOVE a good time period piece, and this one in particular was extremely funny! Monty the main character is meant to be a well bred Aristocrat, but he finds his life of upper class parties with socialites to be a bit BORING! There's nothing Monty enjoys more than misbehaving, drinking a little bit to much and causing some of the most scandalous of scenes. These scenes are exactly what his father detests and he decides to send Monty away on a Tour of Europe so that he can hopefully receive a little bit of "refinement." Monty decides to bring his best friend, and secret crush Percy along. He wants Europe to be their last great adventure, of waking up in strange women's beds, gambling a little bit to much, and drinking the nights in Paris away before he needs to settle down and behave like an adult. This was such a good LGBT+ book! Monty is a bisexual character and Percy is Gay, they both harbor secret feelings for each other but neither one of them can really tell for certain how the other one feels. Also this is set in a time period where being LGBT was EXTREMELY frowned upon, so they both are just completely terrified of coming out to each other. This sets the basis for a lot of really cute flirting, to test boundaries and get a feel for how the other one is feeling. It was just really cute all around, like I SHIP this couple 100%. It was really well written, there's a lot of spontaneity and misadventures. This is probably my favorite read for the month. It's just so light hearted and a feel good romance. It's exactly what I needed after reading such a heart wrenching book, (Tyler Johnson Was Here), the week before.