Beautiful Natalia Gocharov is trying to settle off her family's debt by presenting herself into high society as a young potential bride. She meets a man with bronze skin at her high society debut and he strikes a strong impression on her. Though she is being drawn to him by his passion, Natalia's mother would never allow Natalia to marry socioeconomically lower than their family is now. Will Natalia continue pushing this bronze-skinned suitor away? Or does something much more complicated await?
From Storm in Heaven:
Russia, 1828. Natalia's family is fallen nobility, left poor by her father's chronic illness and mother's poor management. Her family's only chance at revival is her marriage to a wealthy noble. With her family's hopes riding on her future husband, what chance does a poor poet have at winning her heart...? And the "poor poet" is no other than the famous Russian poet Aleksander Pushkin.