What do a compelling billionaire interested in women from magazine covers and a kind-hearted social worker have in common?
They are unwillingly husband and wife.
After real estate mogul Elijah Radcliff demanded in his will that his grandson Benjamin shall only inherit his enormous fortune if he marries the gardener’s daughter, Manhattan seems to have turned upside down.
For years, Benjamin hated Ava and Ava hated Benjamin. That was as clear as the sun goes up and the moon goes down.
But for the sake of a billion dollars, will they be able to see through their differences?
Follow their story and find out if their love blossoms or dies.
This read almost like a fairytale to me, or maybe a Disney movie. It sort of made me feel like I was reading Sabrina, which I LOVE that movie. Except more contemporary since the original Sabrina was well before cellphones ;).
Ava and Benjamin have known each other for years; Ava the gardener’s daughter and Benjamin the pampered son of the rich family where Ava lived. Ava is an angel. She needs money to help her father with bills but she still is a social worker in a lower income community and is such a saint with everything she does. Even when she has to marry rich, she is still providing her support and working at the center. Which makes me love her more.
Benjamin is a total snob. There’s brief glimpses of the boy he might have been but ultimately, his “status” makes him look down his nose at Ava. Until finally, his perspective has changed and that’s 100% due to Ava.
Denise graduated with a master’s in Social Work from an ivy league school and has spent many years of her life supporting families and individuals in need of assistance. She has always had a passion for writing, but it wasn’t until her own baby boy was born that Denise turned her passion into her profession. Whenever Denise is not typing away on one of her books, you can find her caring for her son (a.k.a. one of the toughest jobs in the world), binging Netflix with her beloved husband, or chasing after her puppy (who should technically be an adult dog by now).