The second novel by E A Dineley, vividly evoking the Georgian era
When Johnny Arthur, perpetual debtor and fashionable London dandy, loses his family estate of Castle Orchard in a chess game to the mysterious Captain Allington, wounded veteran of Waterloo, the ripples spread far and wide.
Then suddenly Johnny dies whilst fleeing his debtors, and his wife Caroline and their young son are left with nothing. As the new owner takes possession of Castle Orchard, Caroline and Captain Allington must somehow find a way to save the estate from the brink of disaster, and control their developing feelings for one another.
Castle Orchard hauntingly evokes the Georgian period, combining rich historical detail with romance and drama.