the jewelry gallery she works at is robbed, Sandra is not just the
prime suspect; she is the only suspect. Desperate to clear her name, she
reluctantly agrees to work with sexy former jewel thief, Alex Daniels,
to recover the jewelry and catch a thief.
He reminds her of the men who lounge half-naked across Ferraris in
fragrance ads, aloof and confident in their looks. Alex can't believe
anyone as naive and trusting as Sandra can be for real. Thrown together
to solve the robbery, Alex feels his heart begin to thaw towards Sandra.
As his feelings become stronger, Alex must ask her to rekindle a
romance to her recently paroled ex-boyfriend, who holds the key to
solving the robbery.
In the end, Sandra must decide if it is more important to clear her name or follow her heart.
After a very public divorce from her
billionaire Italian husband, Natalia Montalvo returns home to New York
City to lick her wounds and try to put the pieces of her shattered heart
back together. So why did she agree to attend a charity ball,
especially when she knew her ex would be there? When he arrives with his
newest love interest, she feels all the pieces she had managed to put
together crumbling again.
Jared, owner of the largest, most
prestigious architectural firm in the country, rubs elbows daily with
the rich and powerful. He can’t stand them. After one too many
altercations with a client, his head of public relations forces him to
attend the annual charity ball, to schmooze and make nice with the
people whom his business depends on. His mission is simple: smile, be
friendly, and bid on a few high dollar items in the auction. Thirty
minutes after arriving, he was already clenching his jaw and looking for
a quick exit. On the balcony, he encounters Natalia Montalvo. He can’t
ignore a woman in need, especially when that woman is his best friend’s
sister. He devises a plan to save her pride, and in the process save his evening. But, can he convince her to give him more than one night?
Keren Joel has a phobia and, without
realizing it, she's passed it on to her son, forcing her to seek
professional help. What she doesn't expect to find is the man who'd been
her best friend, twenty years earlier, and his shrine to a moment that
forever changed the adults they became.