Oh man, I hope Jack Warriner leaves his past issues behind and enjoys his life rather than the wallow he was engaging in about the past, both his family past and his own. He takes all the cares of the world on his shoulders, including the issues with people's perceptions of him and his family and does his best to be a better person. It doesn't always work but he always tries.
And another problem enters his life, Letty, she stumbles into his arms half-dead with her hands tied and soaked through. He brings her home and nurses her back to health, she's an heiress whose uncle has a nefarious plan to have her married off and then killed for her wealth, but he only has a month before she has power over her own assets; she has a month to keep herself alive.
I loved how they interacted, while there were a few places where I wanted them deeply to use their words, I could see how they both wouldn't. They both have trust issues, both in themselves and others but they also come to realise how important they are to each other, eventually. I found it very entertaining.