Erin is a reporter writing a "Guide to Rich Bachelors" series of articles that explores Portland's richest and handsomest men, all in the hopes of being recognized as a full-fledged writer. But the men she interviews are a bunch of worthless, arrogant womanizers. Just like her ex-husband was. The last interviewee for her series is Jared Warfield, a difficult man to get along with who despises the media, and who wears expensive brand-name shoes and watches. Of course. And yet…he's also a man who adopted and is raising the orphaned child of his late stepsister. Do such incredible men really exist?
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editor's comment - May 30th, 2014
I believe that everyone thinks that a rich bachelor must be a playboy or womanizer. And that is also what heroine thinks about hero. Hero was not trust heroine as a reporter, and neither do heroine. However, after she interviewed hero, she knows that hero is very different to others. And that makes them become closer to each other. Unlike the other Harlequin billionaires, the hero is just like someone who you can really meet on the street, and I think that is also one of what the story is worthy to read.