Only read "Loving".
A very boring and hard read for me. Why on earth this house has so many servants? what do they do all day long? why does the author let them talk incessantly in their annoying jargon? Dear author, please interrupt them, please do something to convince me I should care. Because I really don't care about all those names: yes names, just names, as they don't come alive as real characters to me.
We are promised that the arrival of the kids will bring some change, but seriously, I don't see anything. Okay, they have to do with the ring and all those doves (which remind me of Umberto Eco I just read), but come on. Oh, and a real obsession about peacocks *this* author has.
Around 50 pages and few bad days into the reading, I really got sick of this book, so I entered accelerated reading mode and in one evening I got over it. I can tell you that around p. 150 it gets better, probably because the author gets sick of it too at last and hurries up to close it. One character also became alive for me at that point, [Raunce's] Albert.
Anyway, you can try this book. You can find something in it if you like this kind of English. If not, don't abandon it but don't let it annoy you too much, read one word out of ten until you find a passage you appreciate and get rid of it in an evening.