Chandler has invested years into saving the family business from the ashes his father left. He has no need for a woman in his life and dates his high school sweetheart only because she’s equally rich, extremely independent, and looks good on his arm. But when she ducks out on him on the most important weekend of the year, he’s desperate.
Dena wants nothing to do with her rich, arrogant employer outside of work. She cleans his office and he has no idea she exists. That suits her just fine because in the five years of taking out his trash, he’s never once acknowledged her existence. When he offers her ten thousand dollars to accompany him on his weekend business conference, Dena is appalled. But ten thousand dollars to a cleaning lady is a lot of money to refuse.
Dena and Chandler agree to a strictly-business plan that will benefit them both. And falling in love is not a part of that plan.