Candice White is shocked that her boss has just given her an ultimatum. If she couldn’t complete her new assignment, she could kiss her job goodbye. And her new assignment is to write an article to be published in the upcoming anniversary edition of Intrigue. But it cannot be just any article – it specifically has to be about the real man behind the mysterious magnate, William Andrew, who has never shown his face in public.
She could care less about this old tycoon when her eyes are firmly set on the dashingly gorgeous Terrence Grandchester, an actor extraordinaire. The only reason she has joined to work at the Intrigue Magazine is so that she can be a step closer to the dark haired actor, not to pursue some pompous businessman. But a job is a job, and since her life depends on it, she will do whatever it takes to accomplish this mission, and by the time she is done with her assignment, everyone in this whole country will know who William Andrew is – she will make sure of that.
What can be a better way to jump start her investigation than by crashing a party at the Andrews’ Mansion? With the help from her dear friend Patty, she is able to sneak into the mansion. But she hasn’t expected to see her idol, Terrence Grandchester, roaming around the beautiful garden of the vast estate by himself. And she certainly hasn’t expected to meet the charming, blond-haired, blue eyed man from the coffee shop there either. In the end, her covert mission turns unfruitful, and she still knows nothing about William Andrew.
Much to her pleasant surprise, the day after the party, she receives a personal invitation from William Andrew himself to a private event hosted by him in the Modern Art Museum, but instead of meeting the enigmatic host, she meets three good looking men, and one of them claims to be his nephew. And when she clumsily runs right into the arms of a handsome man, who turns out to be no other than the debonair dark haired actor, Terrence Grandchester himself, she knows then, from that day forward, her life is only going to become more interesting.