This entry features Reid Buchanan, a womanizing former baseball hero trying to clean up his tarnished image after an embittered reporter he slept with publishes a tell-all newspaper article headlined, "Good in bed? Not so much." With the media hot on his tail, Reid takes refuge at the family estate, where his cantankerous grandmother, Gloria, is recovering from a series of debilitating illnesses. Gloria's as mean-spirited as Reid remembers, but now she's got to deal with peppy home-care nurse Lori Johnson, who's determined to turn Gloria's life around. Lori does her best to ignore Reidarrogant, self-centered and "fifteen kinds of gorgeous"knowing that even if she were attracted to him (which of course she is) he wouldn't look twice at a plain Jane like her.
Baker & Taylor A former professional baseball pitcher and owner of the family sports bar, Reid Buchanan attracts all the women around him, except for his grandmother's nurse, Lori Johnston, a woman determined to remain professional at all costs.