Publisher: Open Road Media
A penniless English lord, an inheritance up for grabs, and a beautiful beekeeper get into a hornet’s nest of trouble in this classic romantic comedy. Bill Chalmers may hold the title of Lord Dawlish, but he’s too broke to marry his fiancée, who insists he become rich before they wed. So he heads to New York to make his fortune—only to have someone else’s dropped in his lap. It seems an American millionaire whom Bill once helped with golf has left him his entire fortune. What’s even stranger, the man’s own niece, Elizabeth, was left out of the will entirely. Bill offers to split the inheritance with Elizabeth and is surprised when she refuses. But he’s even more surprised when he meets her face-to-face on Long Island. The charming beekeeper is the most beautiful woman he’s ever seen. And while Elizabeth is incensed at the presumptuous Lord Dawlish, she warms to Bill Chalmers like bees to honey. So begins a madcap comedy of manners and mistaken identity, in which Bill’s fortune-seeking fiancée in from England, a rambunctious pet monkey, and more bees than you can shake a stick at all add up to another hilarious yarn from immortal master of farce P. G. Wodehouse.