Victoria loves Elijah.
Oliver loves Sophie.
Romance ought to be that simple. But with no dowry, Victoria cannot marry a pauper. Nor can Oliver wed the daughter of the woman who nearly ruined his parents’ life thirty years ago. Surely, a marriage based on mutual affection and friendship is enough.
But when all four are thrown together during a house party, Victoria and Oliver must decide between the duty to their families and following their own desires.