Tall, blond and extremely good looking, with impeccable manners to boot, the seemingly unattainable English aristocrat James Alexander Wentworth was surrounded by an aura the opposite sex found hard to resist. From the beautiful, rich and vivacious Lady Catherine of Hamilton Hill Castle, to the playful and insistent young wife of a much older Outback cattle station owner, blue blood James was the subject of much admiration but also a toxic sibling rivalry. The younger of two sons born into the wealthy Wentworth family of Rosengarten Castle, England, James was the product of a French beauty and rascal of a father. Inspired to adventure by his equally rapscallion
Grandfather - whose colourful stories of his beloved cattle station in the wilds of the West Kimberley captivated the young aristocrat - James had from an early age realised his destiny lay somewhere in the red dirt of the Australian Outback.
But a series of bizarre tragedies would cut short James's Outback adventures and dramatically alter the course of his life forever. However, before he could accept his legacy, James would need to survive the pull of the realm and its mischievous women, a mysterious and gruesome murder, a chilling crocodile attack in the dark of night on the Murrakai River and the very near loss of the real love of his life to the hideous jealousy of another woman.