"Qui ne risque rien, n'a rien. " Ever since she'd met the aristocratic Lucien Charon, the old French proverb had echoed in Troy's mind.
But hadn't she risked enough already? After all, she'd abandoned her career as a famous international model to devote herself to her sculpture with only the prospect of an uncertain inheritance in the Loire--a house called Bellevigne--to sustain her.
And now that she knew Lucien, Comte de Seve, was the rightful master of Bellevigne, could she risk staying and losing her heart?
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