Christina’s wedding is the kind of event little girls dream of — gorgeous wedding dress, luxurious decorations, ritzy venue, artisan cake, handsome fiancé. It looks like something right off the pages of a posh bridal magazine. It looks perfect. But looks can be deceiving. As daughter to a high-powered Mafia boss, Christina Mancini must get married to Giovanni Cacciatore — much like princesses were once married off to unite kingdoms, this mafia “princess” is stuck with the responsibility of defusing tension between the East and West Coast Mafia. The marriage is purely transactional. A business deal. Christina is en route to the airport to kick off her loveless marriage with a sexless honeymoon when things go awry. Oh great, now she’s being kidnapped by a biker gang and held for ransom… just a typical mafia daughter kind of day. David, retired Navy SEAL, now works solo, putting his unique skillset to use as a hired mercenary for the obscenely wealthy — he’s rescued his fair share of spoiled little rich girls and this job is seemingly no different. Arturo Mancini was very prepared for something like this to happen and has been paying David all month leading up to the wedding to track and protect his daughter, just in case. Now that she’s being carried off by some bikers, it’s time for David to get to work. Things get a bit complicated, forcing this unlikely duo to go on the run together and pose as a couple. Christina is grateful to her stoic savior, who she finds increasingly attractive with every passing moment, but she knows this is just another business transaction — story of her life. David is a true professional and has never crossed those boundaries and isn’t about to start… even if there is a lot more to this enigmatic heiress than he previously thought. They are only “playing” at love... right?