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Libby inherits an old hotel from a father she'd never met. Although she wants to restore it, she can't afford the upkeep and things just keep getting worse. Her newfound brother and sister are convinced she's going to steal their birthright and when her business partner is kidnapped, Libby is suspected of the crime. She must prove her innocence or lose everything.
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