April wants to choose a mate by purely scientific methods, no messy emotions allowed. Dylan has his life all planned out, and that plan doesn't include love or marriage or any kind of family at all. So, the fact that they're forced into each other's paths for three weeks shouldn't be a problem or a risk, should it?
April Pruitt, high school science and math teacher, has her feet firmly on the ground where they belong. She has no desire for romance. Her goals are clear, and they don't include getting all hot and bothered about a man. But when Dylan Valentine finds her at a charity job auction and enlists her to help him babysit his eighteen-month-old brothers, she finds herself erecting roadblocks to her emotions. As for Dylan, April and his baby brothers turn his world upside down, and he doesn't like that one little bit. It's clear that the two of them are going to have to do more than care for two little angels. They're also going to have to fight the attraction that's brewing between them. If they can't do that, then all of their plans and everything they've come to believe will be in danger. Surely they an both manage to resist temptation for just awhile longer…
When this book was originally published in 2002, it was simply titled The Billionaire's Bargain.