Does real love stand a chance on a rigged reality show?
Casey’s friends tell her that she’s a terrible judge of character. When she hears about a matchmaking reality show based on personality tests, she applies on a whim. But moments before the show starts filming, a chance encounter with a stranger has her questioning everything.
Colt wants nothing more than to break out from underneath his movie mogul mother’s powerful grip. If he agrees to star in a reality show to help secure a streaming TV deal for her billion-dollar company, he’ll get his wish: his own film studio. He knows as well as anyone those shows are heavily staged, so his heart won’t be on the line. But when he makes a real connection with one of the fifteen women just before the show, he’s got bigger problems. If he follows his mother’s plans, he may wreck his chance at love. If he doesn’t, his mother may destroy them anyway.
In front of cameras, under the watchful eye of his mother, and surrounded by fourteen other jealous women, Colt and Casey do their best to let a real relationship unfold. Can they trust something built on live television, or will their relationship run out like fifteen minutes of fame?