She was everything he needed He was not what she expected C.J., Prince Christian of Höhenburg, detests wasting his Easter break accompanying his father to a charity movie premiere in New York. He loathes the attention and the way strangers try to latch on to him. Or worse, push their unmarried friends and daughters in his direction. Reluctantly he agrees to stay in America to tour alternatives to grad school in London, one of which is The Wharton School of Business, his father's alma mater. At his father's impromptu class reunion, C.J. takes advantage of momentary freedom to attend a lecture at a smaller college some miles away. He never expected the lecture might end in a lengthy detour. Or that a malfunctioning GPS would leave him lost in a cellular dead zone in rural Pennsylvania. C.J. also never imagined he'd find himself awkwardly tongue-tied the by the appearance of the personable American girl who comes to his rescue and helps him get to his destination. Before he could ask the enchanting young woman, she rushes back to her car and drives out of his life. While she didn't leave behind a glass slipper, she did leave behind the imprint of her Virginia license plate in his memory and an unaccountable longing to see her again.