Reasons why Joshua Barton could never be interested in Eleanor Graham:
He is brilliant, gorgeous, wealthy, sophisticated, and managing partner at the financial firm of Hamilton, Barton, and Jones.
Eleanor, a mere cog at HB&J, is none of the above. However, she is sensible, logical, and knows better than to indulge in romantic dreams. She's also pretty sure Joshua doesn't even know her name.
Reasons why Eleanor is totally wrong--except for the part about her name:
She is unlike any woman Joshua has ever met--in a good way. She has a great laugh. And intriguingly, she happens to know a lot more about Joshua's new stepmother than he does.
As for the rest, all will be revealed when she agrees to be something sort of like Joshua's date for a long weekend at the Barton family estate. . ..and Joshua finds himself doing his very best to persuade the very skeptical Eleanor to believe in happily ever afters. . .