Shortly after her nineteenth birthday, Florence was told that she was incapable of bearing a child. It was a fatal flaw for the daughter of a nobleman.
She was about to give up on life, thinking that she would have to become the wife of a man who was not much older than her father.
Suddenly, Stanley, her father’s squire, who had been like a brother to her since she was a child, was chosen to be Florence’s fiancé.
“They say you and I are to be married.”
“‘Yes, sir. Yes, I’ve heard that.”
This is a story about two people who had a master-servant relationship, but gradually came closer to each other after their engagement.