“Serafina, I wish to end my engagement to you.”
One day, the fiancé of the viscount’s daughter called off their engagement.
Seraphina, simply known as “the Seamstress” since she had no magic powers and was an ordinary looking woman whose only talent is embroidery, has had her fiancé snatched away by her beautiful younger sister.
But then a man came along and asked her to marry him. “I am proposing to you this marriage as a ‘white marriage,’ that is, as a marriage in name only.”
Count Alexis Middleton, also known as the “Ice Count.”
He proposed a “white marriage” in which they would not share a bed.
Seraphina immediately agreed to the marriage and was allowed to use the castle’s sewing room as she pleased.
Seraphina was supposed to live a life of embroidery as a trophy wife, but as she spent time with Alexis, she found herself drawn to the Ice Count, who, contrary to rumors of his ruthlessness, was gentle and kind.
Moreover, she discovered that her embroidery had a mysterious power…?
A love story that begins with a “white marriage.”