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She quickly realizes she’s in over her head in this milieu of charismatic but troubled nobility who are absorbed with material things and tabloid celebrity—and to make matters worse, her new roommate, Dana, is a sanctimonious progressive running an NGO. Soon Honoria finds herself questioning her co-workers by day, but defending their values (or lack thereof) by night.
Meanwhile, Absolutely is on the brink of insolvency and must secure the financial backing of an American rap mogul, Ripper RV, to survive. As Honoria becomes the point person for this project and a celebrity in the British press, she grows increasingly close to her aristocratic boss’ handsome, degenerate son, Jiffy—but she never imagines how intimate they’ll become. By the end of the book, she learns what it really means to be modern aristocracy.