Bestselling author Elizabeth Bevarly explores the idiosycrasies of love in this engaging romantic comedy about two people who aren't who they pretend to be. Young Martha Stewart clone Claire Willoughby is a national lifestyle diva who can't actually cook or stencil; she secretly gets all her good ideas from her mysterious best friend, Olive. But a major complication arrives, threatening to destroy Claire's carefully cultivated image - baby Annbel, left to Claire by her No. 1 fan, Eleanor Sage, who has died suddenly. Enter, on a Harley, Ramsey Sage, the baby's only living relative. Father material? With his diamond stud earring, ragged jeans, and black eye, Ramsey looks like the farthest thing from it, but he sure can kiss, as Claire finds out. How Claire and Ramsey inch their way into love and ultimately reveal their true selves is at the heart of this charmer.