Drucker May seemed to have been born with a silver spoon in his mouth. The son of a bank president in the 19th century, he was given a job at the bank and promised to succeed his father at the top. His co-workers thought of him as an entitled slacker and good for nothing. But he had bigger dreams anyway. He left on the train the morning after giving the presentation no one expected and impressing the board, tossing the cushy job right out the window. Drucker was a likeable guy when you first met him, charming complete strangers in every town he landed in. The only problem was, he didn’t have a clue about people. After several loves, several towns and amazing job offers, he realizes what he’s been wanting all along.
Lane Everett skillfully pens the story of a spoiled rich boy in the railroad age trying to find himself. He arrogantly thinks that he knows what he needs, and finds himself realizing that others have needs as well.
I really liked this book and the characters. Drucker had some truly funny situations, which made me unable to put the book down until I finished it. It’s great for those who love historical fiction or romance.
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