David needs a sojourn
The Featherington empire has residences in various places, including a castle and estate in the country.
Susan’s mother tolerated it, and Susan hated it.
David thought it was all very Old English. Since the castle now belonged to Susan, and he was currently her husband, a title that could become very tenuous unless he started behaving like one, he got the notion he could be almost lord of the manor.
But it was not with that intention he was going there.
He just liked the idea of living, if not briefly, in a real castle.
Sadly, the fantasy does not live up to reality, and he is instantly submersed into a new chapter of the ever-evolving conspiracy.
It’s old, draughty, almost out of a dream, or nightmare, especially if it had dungeons and he ended up in one, and it brought a whole new cast of characters.
Fiercely loyal to their mistress, and very sceptical of their new master.
An initial inspection shows endless repairs and improvements being undertaken, not unexpected since the place was a few hundred years old, but what was really going on, under the surface?
All he had to do was shake off his constant shadow, as beautiful and she was beguiling, and like everything else, too good to be true.
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