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Old money and new...


Arlo Kensington comes from an uptight, affluent family that’s been well known in the country of North Indigo for years. After he loses his inheritance in a bad business decision, his older brothers, Gladstone and Pritchard arrange his marriage to Elonnie Wilhelm, a free-spirited ballerina who comes from a wealthy family of entertainers that are new to the high society scene, and feels that people must try to see things through the eyes of a child.

Arlo is instantly disinterested in his whimsy bride-to-be, fearing that they’re too incompatible to work.


Will these two polar opposites make this inconvenient union function? Will Elonnie contain herself to become an uptight Kensington? Or will Arlo learn to loosen up and see life through the eyes of a child?

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