From the USA Today bestselling author of Boyfriend Material comes a riotous Regency romp full of art, expensive hats, and a love that is nothing short of spectacular.
Peggy Delancey’s not at all ready to move on from her former flame, Arabella Tarleton. But Belle has her own plans for a love match, and she needs Peggy’s help to make those plans a reality. Still hung up on her feelings and unable to deny Belle what she wants, Peggy reluctantly agrees to help her woo the famous and flamboyant opera singer Orfeo.
She certainly doesn’t expect to find common ground with a celebrated soprano, but when Peggy and Orfeo meet, a whole new flame is ignited that she can’t ignore. Peggy finds an immediate kinship with Orfeo, a castrato who’s just as nonconforming as she is—and just as affected by their instant connection.
They’ve never been able to find their place in the world, but as the pair walks the line between friendship, flirtation, and something more, they may just find their place with each other.
The nonbinary MC has thoughts relating to gender dysphoria, the MC who is a castrato talks (not in graphic detail) about what happened to them, derogatory/aggressive language aimed at the MC who is a castrato (challenged), misgendering, sexual content (on page; graphic), mild acts of violence, kidnapping, prison / a stay in prison, blasphemy, criticism of religious/Catholic practices, talk of getting pregnant, controlling/abusive relationship, sex shaming (challenged), arophobia, homophobia.
Go On Then
Praise for Something Spectacular
Gleefully anachronistic and spectacularly queer.