Liese has settled in a strange city with the stigma of being a fallen noble.
Desperate to make ends meet, she visits a duke’s estate to find work as a maid.
The man she encounters is none other than the blonde officer she spotted by the lake.
“Lift up your skirt. Don’t make me tell you twice.”
The relationship that began as a misunderstanding was terrible. Marcus starts groping Liese and humiliating her.
“I thought you’d run away, but you crawled back. You’re made for servitude, aren’t you?”
“I’d do anything for my family.”
“Does this mean I can test you to see how far you can go with that body?”
Liese is determined to make it until summer, but one day, an unexpected crisis strikes.
Marcus, who has extended a helping hand as if he had been waiting, offers a deal.
She’ll pose as his lover this social season.
“I need a woman, a woman who is nothing more than a facade.”
The two embark on a flirtatious relationship, but as the days go by, they can’t tell if their desire to kiss each other is an act or the truth.
Unlike Liese, who can’t seem to get her act together, Marcus harbors a desire so twisted it’s almost unbearable…