When Kale of York pulls back the veil of his bride on his wedding day, he expects to see the golden locks, blue eyes, and fair skin of Lady Gabrielle. Instead he sees a girl with olive skin and mysterious dark eyes. He cannot understand what has gone wrong. He confronts his parents, horrified by what has happened. His father reveals that he had deliberately delivered Kale's letters of love and devotion to the wrong bride. Instead of marrying Lady Gabrielle, he married her less-than-desirable sister, Lady Camille. He is sickened by it, but he cannot get an annulment if he wishes to keep his inheritance. Meanwhile, Lady Camille is ecstatic about her marriage to Kale of York. That is, until she realizes that she is a part of a terrible ruse and that the man she cares for doesn't want her at all. Heartbroken and distraught, she is forced into a marriage she is certain will be loveless. She would rather not marry at all if it means that she has to endure the cold glares of a husband who does not care for her. It is no secret even to her that she does not have the angelic beauty of her sister, Gabrielle. She must learn to endure the marriage—an unsuitable match if there ever was one—and find her happiness.
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