Adam wants nothing but to settle down in Northern Chicago after spending three years on deployment with the Marines. His younger twin brothers are well settled after four years of premium college education. Feeling a pressure to compete with them, he looks to save as much money as he can. His life is flipped upside down when he runs into Emma Walters, the young and beautiful Chief Executive Officer of the firm he has recently joined.
Emma is a woman who has seen the worst of the male-dominated corporate lobby in the United States and has risen above it. Extremely dedicated to her work, she even resorted to changing her physical experience in order to work towards a better and stronger career.
Can the status difference between Emma and Adam come between them? Can they overcome all misunderstandings?
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