Finally finished The Crossing, sequel to The Anarchist, and probably the last in the series since there's little interest in Edwardian romance these days. Originally I'd planned four books: book three was going to be The Doughboy, where Trevor and his brother get drafted into World War I, and in book four Trevor would return home from the war to resume his career in silent movies, only to get caught up in the Hollywood scandals of the twenties when it's revealed that Adeline is addicted to drugs as a result of her PTSD.
Oh well, at least I finished the first two. In book one, Trevor flees to New York after being implicated in an anarchist attack. He heads to his uncle's vaudeville theater in America where he meets torch singer Adeline, who has secrets even more disturbing than his own.
( But New York proves just as dangerous... )