As the youngest representative in history at the East India Trading Company, Graydon Wentworth is anything but inexperienced in the acquisition of exotic products from this newly-chic-with-the-elite subcontinent. His late father was charged by the Queen herself to negotiate the purchase of rare spices from the indigenous peoples and his mother is a noted academician who recently published the book, “The History of South Asian Antiquities.”
Traveling alongside his parents for most of his youth, Mr. Wentworth picked up his plucky negotiation skills at a young age in the markets of Madras, Bombay and Calcutta. Although still slight in size, he has a considerable charisma that works to his advantage across all cultures. After amassing a fortune in commissions, he’s back in town to enjoy more civilized luxuries and (perhaps) reach a deal on a wife.
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