After the untimely death of his reckless cousin Ivor, Jordan inherits a barony and moves into his wealthy new estate, where he finds a messy mansion and a bereft fianc. While Lady Ariel proves to be a delightful diversion, Jordan also is preoccupied with the suspicion that his cousin's death was not an accident after all.
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