Edward Willoughby, trapped by his position in Edwardian English society, is confronted by a desire that he had never imagined would become part of his life. When he and his wife are invited to the affluent Glaston Estate, he is forced to come to terms with his innermost longings that do not include his wife Margaret. Heath Radclyffe, a groundskeeper to the estate, makes this longing far more difficult than Edward is willing to admit or pursue. Finally, a path has been laid, but will Edward go with his instincts that defy every law he has been taught about this unspeakable form of love, or follow the true nature of his heart? A novel in the style of Radclyffe Hall or E. M. Foster, A Wind Across the Century is a modern adaptation of an ancient principle that rings true throughout history. All love is divine, and reflects man’s greatest challenge . . . to love freely.