Love heals but it also complicates.
What’s a journalist to do when she’s rudely rushed out of a new L.A. nightclub and denied an interview with the owner? Lara Browning, of the L.A. Times, had a job to do, but she can’t be faulted when faced with an egotistical owner who would rather play hide and seek.
Her understanding boss has a bigger story anyway. He sends her to investigate an issue with an oil rig, owned by the Romanian monarchy. What will she do when she comes face to face with Prince Alexandru of Romania, who is also the owner of the L.A. nightclubs?
Prince Alexandru can’t rid his mind of the only woman he’s been attracted to in a very long time. Imagine his surprise when he sees her sitting amidst the journalists in Romania. She can’t believe the attentive prince is the same man who owns the clubs. They fall in love quickly, but one problem presents itself.
The Queen discovers their fling and informs Lara that Prince Alexandru is betrothed to the Princess of Switzerland, and orders Lara to leave Romania. Devastated, but powerless, Lara is escorted to a flight by royal guards. Prince Alexandru has fought long and hard to be free of his mother’s control. Will this tip the scales and force him to renounce his royal title? And will he remain free of her control?
He soon finds out that love can heal, but it can also complicate.