Is it plausible that -in today's world - a thirty-year old man would give up passion and the woman he loves to marry another where there is no passion and he does not love in order to succeed his father's business empire?
Wealthy, Old Man Arthur Bosch, self-made man from the Midwest now residing along the Main Line of Philadelphia, wants to retire. He has seven children, six with four wives, and one from a love affair.
Of the three sons most capable of taking over his company, Graham Parker, illegitimate son, is the logical choice. However, he does not want to marry his long-time girl friend from a well-established Main Line Family.
Graham's two half-brothers conspire to get Graham to choose his secretary, leaving room for one of them to succeed their father.
What will Graham do-love or success? Whom will he choose?