About: ( I guess, This one makes it a bit vague) Wisteria Vasilver does wish to marry. Truly. But though she lives in Paradise, arranging a match is full of traps and pitfalls for the unwary … or perhaps just for her.
Nikola Striker, Lord of Fireholt, expects he’ll wed — someday. But not now, and never to a rich icicle of a woman like Miss Vasilver. No matter how much his parents might want the match, or his house might need her dowry. Besides, he has his own problems — most of them people who need his help as a mind-healer.
Lord Justin Comfrey, Viscount of Comfrey, would be more than happy to help Striker with his financial troubles, and not just to ensure that Miss Vasilver’s dowry doesn’t tempt Striker into marriage. If only he could find some way to make his proud, stubborn friend accept the money!
Can three people of such different temperaments ever find their way to a more perfect Paradise?
Fast read, I did enjoy it, to a point. I think that it would have been very nice if I had known this was about a relationship between two men more than a relationship with the woman. I doubt I would have read it otherwise, but maybe, for curiosity sake, I might have. But then it got a bit strange. It should have read “a romantic erotic romp through the forest on a bisexual cat leopard.”