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  • Historical Fiction Roaring 20's London

    Kit Scott left her stuffy family behind in Sydney Australia to follow her dream and become a star of the stage in London’s West End. The war has just ended, the lucky young men to survive want to have fun, and this includes going out to the theatre, attending parties, drinking, listening to jazz music and dancing. Zeke Gardiner is a Canadian actor from British Columbia, he’s good looking and he can sing and dance. The couple's cast together in a play, they spend a lot of time close together on stage and their relationship is only a professional one. Kat and Zeke meet members of England’s high society, including Royalty, Fred Astaire and his sister Adele. When a photographer takes a picture of Kit dancing the Charleston with the Prince of Wales, it receives a lot of unwanted attention and the palace isn't happy. They introduce Kit to Lord Henry Carleton; of course she was dancing with him and not the future King. The Charleston Scandal portrays what life was like in the roaring twenties in London, it was a time of daring change, fashion, society, music and dance played at huge part. I really liked reading about Kit and Zeke, and they had to decide if they wanted to be professional actors or give into temptation and be led astray by the frivolity, fun and excessive partying going on around them in 1920’s England! I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review; I loved The Charleston Scandal and five stars from me.

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