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Audrey Holbrook is your average twenty-something. The nameless, faceless individual who sits behind the reception desk and takes your name and tells you to have a seat in the waiting room. With a lackluster career and no social life to speak of, Audrey's mother is sure that her daughter will end up a lonely old spinster with no one left behind to remember her when she dies, much to Audrey's denial that she's happy being single.
After another one of her mother's fateful Sunday dinners, Audrey meets Michael Butler.
Charming, funny, sweet. All the ideal characteristics that Audrey always admired in the ninety-nine cent Prince Charming's she read about from the bargain bin at the bookstore.
When Michael won't take no for an answer after bumping into Audrey at the mall and clumsily spilling tea all over her dress, Audrey realizes that she can use this situation to her advantage.
"Ok. If you really want to make it up to me, and you aren't doing anything tomorrow… perhaps you wouldn't mind coming to my family's house tomorrow around lunch time? My dad is hosting a big cookout, and honestly, it would get my mother off my back for never bringing anyone to dinner."
Striking up a deal with Michael, Audrey fully expects never to see him again, but what winds up happening is quite unexpected.