Writer Cinn Wyatt-Jones arrives in Africa with Edwards Production Company to film a documentary about zoologist, Dr. Colin McCullough, and his research on the lions of the Serengeti. On her first morning in the National Park, Cinn hikes up a rocky hill to get a view of the land. She runs into double danger: a large, male lion and a tanned, muscular, where's-your-common-sense-young-lady man. He scares off the lion. She has no idea how to scare off the man. He insists on helping her down the hill. She stumbles. He grabs her waist band to keep her from fallng--and Oops!--grabs the strap of Ms. Thongy as well. Pleasurable, but flat-out embarrassing. Once they're down, she asks, "Who are you?" He, of course, replies, "Dr. Colin McCullough." Oops! Her scientist. For two months, Cinn will have to spend her nights with Dr. McCullough in his Land Rover. She finds herself struggling with the realities of life on the Serengeti and with the complications of her love for Colin. They try to be professional, but they just can't seem to keep their hands off each other.