Storm and Silence
- Wild and brave feminist Lillian Linton, a woman who dreams of freedom and rights as a woman.
- And arctic, stoic Rikkard Ambrose who lives after one sentence, knowledge is power is time is money.
Lillian Linton is a young Feminist who lives during the time of the Bitish Empire while she dreams about her rights like voting as a woman. The story begins when she accidentally meets Rikkard Ambrose, the richest man in London, who is also famous for his non-caring and cold attitude towards his workers.
While Lilly is dressed in her uncle´s garment, Mr Ambrose isn´t able to recognize her as a female which results in him offering her a Job as his personal assistant.
Chaos arises when he eventually finds out the truth about Lilly´s true gender that could eradicate every trace of pride he has managed to earn over the years. A female as a personal secretary? No, thanks. That´s what he believes and that is what he SHOWS her - without any hesitation. Lilly and Rikkard make an areement - Lilly is allowed to work as his personal assistant, pointing out that it was his promise that slipped over his very own lips, but just if she dresses up as a man everyday she starts work. The fun starts when Mr Ambrose calls her Mr Linton and gives her tasks with as little communication as possible - time is money. A waste of time is a waste of money for him. Even though the begin of their relationship can only be described as rocky and unnerving, the two of them soon learn how to depend on each other and even end up sharing a special bond.
The main story is about a very important document that was stolen from Mr Ambrose. He and Lilly along with Karim, his personal bodyguard, and some other men start a journey in order to find the thief that has stolen this very important piece of Information.
During the Investigation sparks begin to fly between the pair of polar opposites - like the title says - Storm and Silence. It is a book that will make you laugh - even if you consider yourself as a Person with no sense of humour at all! It isn´t possible ti withstand the immense amount of humour the dialogues carry - let me tell you that.
I´d advise you not to read it when you are in public - people might end up looking at you in a strange way when you almost fall over because of your laughing fits! :D
Anyway, I don´t want to spoiler too much. The book offers many interesting plot twists and introduces some unforgettable characters who spice the story up even more. Enjoy reading and remember not to do it in public! :D