People called them the perfect couple, and by rights handsome architect Henry Eliot should be thrilled to be engaged to Marly Stonor. Lovely and ...Show synopsisPeople called them the perfect couple, and by rights handsome architect Henry Eliot should be thrilled to be engaged to Marly Stonor. Lovely and sophisticated, she is the daughter of one of London's wealthiest entrepreneurs, Sir Bertram Stonor. Why is it, then, that Henry feels uneasy and restless, as if he were locked in a golden collar? Henry's real dilemma begins when Sir Bertram sends him to southern Portugal to purchase a piece of property as a wedding gift for his daughter. There Henry's eyes are opened to a beautiful natural world he has never known -- and to a beautiful natural girl, the property owner's niece.Hide synopsis
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