He’s about to be conquered and hasn’t a clue . . .
After college, Birdie Ferguson hits London like a ray of California sunshine. She’s fresh, cheery, and positive she’s about to be the best Executive Assistant her father has ever had. But her chipper outlook is guaranteed to clash with her stuffy coworker Oswald Attenborough, who has probably never had a belly laugh in his life . . .
Oswald knows he’s not good enough for the boss’s daughter. Although he’s born of aristocracy and is proving himself at Lynford International, he’s always had to play second or third fiddle to his Peers. But now he’s ready to take his talents elsewhere. Until he’s tasked with mentoring Birdie. Despite his own reluctance, he can’t help but notice life’s a lot less dreary with this West Coast beauty around . . .