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When Lia participates in this charity auction, she gets more than she bargained for!

When English society princess Lia auctions off one kiss at a charity masquerade ball, the bidding goes up to fifty thousand dollars. After a brief moment of silence, a voice rings out with a new bid…of one million dollars! The bidder is Benjamin Carter, a construction industry tycoon, who is eager to buy out Lia’s family’s company. In exchange for his generous donation, he asks for not just a kiss but an entire weekend with Lia… Now it will be even harder for Lia to resist him.

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The hero is one of four men who are prime targets for the media's exaggerated rumors. When media posts pictures of them dowsing themselves in alcohol and women; they are actually dowsing themselves in Chinese takeout and long hours at the office. Sadly, this false image is ruining their individual businesses and charities. They can't sue because suing will only fan the flames. One of the gentleman comes up with a solution of showing the world that they are respectable men by settling down or finding someone to partner who will bring their image up. They use a exclusive dating website from one of the men's exes. The hero is the first to try and finds the daughter of a huge construction CEO on the list. He goes to her but she rejects not only because he's a business rival but revealed it was her father who set up the account for her without her consent. She goes to the hero himself to state she won't date no matter what. Afterwards, he learns about he whole account was set up by her father but he doesn't give up on the heroine. The man even spends one million to get a weekend with her at a charity. The two have a conversation where they're upfront with each other on lot of things. It actually makes the conversation refreshing and the fact the heroine doesn't have any expectation or envy at the hero makes him enjoy being with her more and more. They do open up to each other about their pasts: hero losing his family in high school and the heroine finding her fiancée in bed with another woman. They do go all the way but the heroine leaves because she thinks that's all the hero wanted. Yet, the hero goes after her. He tries to convince her to marry in "various" ways but she rejects it, especially when she reads a text from his phone. It was about comparing her to a million dollar gamble. Not what the heroine wanted to hear and it escalates into a fight that ends with the heroine leaving him. The hero tries to forget her by going on other dates but he's unable to. He realizes he loves and goes to see her one more time. He proves his love by negotiating a deal for the heroine's father to take over his company. His actions and words prove to the heroine that he wants to be with her for her. The hero proposes one more time and the heroine says yes. We end it with a lovely wedding and the other three bachelors wondering who's going to go next.

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