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As a second son of a duke, Major Everett Wayland is firmly entrenched in the military way of life. His expectations have revolved around fighting the King’s wars for his entire adult life. When his brother is murdered, Ev suddenly finds himself thrust into a life he knows nothing about.

Rosalind Ainsworth disliked Sebastian Lumley when they were children, and he refused her access to his treehouse. Now they are adults. He is the Duke of Kelbrook, and far removed from the London society scene. On Rosalind’s 21st birthday, he arrives to marry her, per the pact both their late fathers arranged when he and Rosalind were but babes.

Brooke’s sister was investigating the disappearance of campers and accidentally discovers something which puts her and her family in danger. She meets her sister, Brooke at the bar to warn her and both are abducted and wake up with collars on them. The collar keeps each of them in their human form instead of who they are as bobcat shifters. Her sister helps Brooke escape, but she doesn’t.

Ms. Rachel Herriot woke up having no memory of the last 10 years of her life and is frustrated and does not know what to do. Since Mrs. Clark, the owner of the Governess Bureau knows her and offers her a job, she accepts and returns to the Governess Bureau. She is sent to a quiet manor and put in charge of Violet, who Rachel connects with along with her mother.

Under the guise of an engagement party, Samantha and Casey shock both families when they announce that they are getting married at the party right then. That is, until the caterer, Vivienne, is found face-down dead in the wedding cake.

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