The book is a modern chronicle and have eight volume. The novel explores the problem of the modern woman and the effects of divorce in a world driven by industrialization and business competition. Honora Leffingwell divorces her successful stockbroker husband to climb the social ladder marrying a man with ancestral wealth and status who turns out not to be all he seems. The New Age was critical, claiming that a peculiar intellectual and spiritual immaturity was becoming more apparent as Churchill's novels had progressed from historical romances to modern themes. It has included the topic like as So long as ye both shall live, The great unattached, The new doctrine.