Yana’s parents died when she was eight years old. Her aunt looked after her. Despite the fact that the woman was unable to provide her niece with everything she required, she raised her as her own, lavishing her with love and attention.
The family had a friend, “Uncle Seryozha from the USA”, who often sent them parcels. Yana was looking forward to these gifts with great impatience. The man was an army comrade of Galina’s husband and kept in touch with an old friend. They said he was well-off and didn’t need anything in the states. When it was time to think about Yana’s future, Sergey Vitalievich offered his help. He assured that he could help the orphan get a good education, but there is one THING.
He explained that arranging a fictitious marriage would expedite the process. The aunt didn’t want to pass off her relative as an elderly “groom,” even though she knew it was all a ruse. But Gali’s husband persuaded her that there was nothing wrong with it and that it would be better for their ward.
Soon Yana went to a completely different state. Some time passed, and the girl herself did not notice how she fell in love with her husband. Sergey Vitalievich did everything so that she didn’t need anything. Girlfriends slander, saying that the old man thought of everything initially, and she could meet her peer. But Yana does not take these conversations to heart, because, most importantly, she is happy.