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Looking for historical romance

I'm looking for a book I read about 15-20 years ago maybe.  I believe it may be a series.  In the book I'm looking for the noble family has been gone from their estate for a few years after the oldest son 'died' due to some fault of the young woman he loved, who was best friends with the younger son.  Younger son comes back at the request of the person who ends up being his still alive older brother who is hiding, trying to discover who wanted him dead.  It ends up that the young woman was pregnant her male relatives made it look like she lured him to his death and when she had the baby they took it and told her it died.  They found her child and then had to fight to stay alive and get their child, who was being raised in the manor as a servant child, but had some sort of an identifying birth mark that indicated to the brothers it was the oldest brother's child