Honey Fontaine's mother had her as a teenager, before climbing her way up and into a rich, comfortable marriage. Determined to save her daughter the trouble, she sets Honey up with her respectable friends' many eligible sons. In a bid to escape her mother's constant betrothal bombardment, Honey enlists Ashley Elliott to pretend to be her boyfriend. Ashley is a well-off club owner and determined flirt. Honey is a prepossessing beauty still trying to find her way in the world. Neither can predict the love and anguish they will inspire in each other. Will they learn to accept the vulnerability that comes with love, and admit their real feelings to each other? Or will they stick to the agreed upon script? The wonderfully agreeable young bachelor her mother finds only confuses Honey more. Stability or passion, comfort or risk. Honey's path's are converging, forcing her to choose.