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1789 [Harry Styles AU]

1789 [Harry Styles AU]

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nicole 爱 By everlasts Updated Apr 15

Welcome to Paris, a city in a country of supreme nobility, royalty, class and power - marvelous France. With big hair, beautiful gowns and delicate china cups meant for the classiest of tea parties, everything is perfect.

That is until the year 1789. 

France has gone bankrupt, the cities are faced with poverty, the people are starving and the entire country is on the verge of revolutionary outbreak. The people are fed up and the country of etiquette and tea cakes is headed for ultimate chaos.

But amidst all this, in the château of an elderly English man, Lord Desmond Styles, life presses on. Tucked away in the outskirts of the bustling town of Paris, the Styles family dines richly every night and hosts the most exquisite galas each week. Life is perfect, no taxes, no worries, and no commoners; except to tend to the family's needs and three story home. That is, no commoners until now. 

When a malnourished runaway is picked off the streets by a feeble old woman and brought before Lord Desmond, the desperate young girl is taken on to work. Nursed to health by the kindness of the master of the house, she is given a job and works along side other servants to keep the household in mint condition. But of course, what would a story set in the city of love be without a love story? Read about the dark and twisted romance filled with trials as France makes it's mark in history in 1789.

© nicole; everlasts 2015-2016

hoooooray im excited to be so busy that i think about this 24/7 yet cant finish it :-,)
allthestyleslove allthestyleslove 2 days ago
Guys! If you're more interested in the Revolution watch Los Miserables. A beautiful Broadway show
muriithiash muriithiash 2 days ago
WHO TF SAYS I HAVE TO GIVE MYSELF TO A MAN AND THAT I NEED TO HAVE CHILDREN? ?? ( well I wanna get married and have kids buy that's besides the point!) Women are so much more than marriage and kids. This was such a terrible century for women damn!
Tanisha2222 Tanisha2222 Apr 15
Omg that's the most ridiculous thing I've ever heard but yet I love it
emf192 emf192 Mar 29
'There goes the baker with his tray like always. The same old bread and rolls to sell.'
Cyndi_Blair Cyndi_Blair Apr 15
I am re reading cuz I really looooove this story even though it's not finished yet