Sloane Huyler is a spoiled, demanding beauty, and smart as a whip. She’s also lonely; manipulated by grasping parents to marry a man who can catapult them to the top of Chicago society. Sloane striving never to disappoint is on a fast train to the top, Sloane is VP in her father’s business, on the board of a prestigious hospital, and at the top of her MBA class, when she’s offered a mentor to help her complete the program.
Enter two men, both excellent candidates as mentors—and husbands—being served up to Sloane on a silver platter. Finally, a way to achieve all her goals. Sloane suddenly finds school and life very stimulating.
Wyatt Howe, IV, is movie-star handsome, old moneyed, well connected, and a hunk. He has a reputation as a player, but Sloane believes she can claim this prize. Sexy, rugged and enticing, the elusive Randall Parker gives Wyatt a run for his money in the looks and money departments, and in his appeal to Sloane.
Sloane would normally go after both, but these two are best friends. No way she can play two friends against each other. She must choose. Either man would fit her needs, and her father’s, but so far, both have escaped the clutches of any women whose tried to pin the men down.
But Sloane’s not just any woman.
A mentorship program spells opportunity, and Sloane doesn’t plan to waste it. Six weeks doesn’t leave much time to seal the deal. Sloane must choose one man, and fast, without burning her bridges with the other.
How does a woman choose between two perfect men? Especially two men who have plans of their own?