Tycoon Joe Dillon thought applying business principles to his personal life was the logical way to find his ideal mate. And his public advertising campaign did net him over eight thousand willing applicants. But all those trilingual brunettes looked bland when Brit Alexander showed up in his life. Sure, Brit was blond and had flunked Spanish, but suddenly Joe didn't care about his requirements; he cared about Brit. Unfortunately, Brit had built her career doing workshops on how to be happily single - and associating with a man who'd made national news with some ridiculous wife hunt was the last thing she intended to do . . .