She's been receiving wonderful letters… If only she knew the sender's true identity.
Princess Aria Eleonora Ingrid Petronella of Sweden has been exchanging letters with the most marvelous man in the world. Perhaps her true love is somewhat aged, and perhaps butterflies didn't swarm inside her chest when they met at a ball, but she is certain no man equals the Duke of Framingham in magnificence. When he proposes marriage in a letter, she eagerly accepts.
Rupert Andrews didn't expect to enjoy writing letters on behalf of his elderly cousin. But when the Duke of Framingham informs Rupert that he's fallen in love with a beautiful woman and needs someone to write letters on his behalf, Rupert reluctantly agrees. After all, the cottage he inherited after his mother's death is heavily mortgaged, and the duke has kindly let him take longer than expected to repay the debt. On the duke's wedding day, Rupert overhears the duke tell his mistress that he plans to toss his new bride off his balcony so he can marry his mistress. The duke merely wants the princess's money, and Rupert knows he has to rescue her.
Princess Aria is astonished when she is kidnapped by a young man. She's in love with the duke—after all, he's sent her such wonderful letters for weeks. Soon though, she's on the run with Rupert. If only Rupert had sent her such lovely letters…