Eighteen years old, Sanaya Frances was finding ways to earn more to gather money for her college tuition fee. She got a chance to work as a house cook for Hobsons – one of the richest families in New York City. At the job interview, she found that Hobsons’ second son, Ashar Hobsons was getting married within a month.
On the wedding day, the bride disappeared, asked the house cook Sanaya to be at her place until she returned. The real bride hid Sanaya’s face with a veil so that no one could recognize the different face. She returned, but it was too late. The rings were already EXCHANGED.
Twenty-five years old, Ashar Hobsons was running his family business successfully. He was against showing unnecessary power or control on people. He was happily getting married to Samara Elizabeth, but not out of love. Samara was his childhood friend and this marriage was beneficial for his family business. Those reasons were enough for Ashar to choose Samara as his life partner.
But, he was fooled on his wedding day. Ashar was utterly unaware that the girl who was taking wedding vows with him was not his fiancée, but, a new, young house cook. He was someone who rarely gets angry, but how was he going to react when he would know that he was tied into a marriage with a teenager he barely remembered