Brian is convinced that Connie’s pregnancy is just a small hiccup on his way to becoming a billionaire. After growing up poor and watching his single mother struggle, he’s laser focused on making enough money for his entire family to finally stop struggling. He’s got the perfect, practical fiancée, a major tech deal in the works, and his goal is almost in reach. He has no room in his life for the always-cheerful Connie, who wouldn’t know how to be serious if she tried. Connie is the opposite of everything he needs in life.
But if she’s completely wrong for him, why is it so hard to resist her?
If there’s one thing Connie is serious about, it’s making Brian see that there’s more to life than making money, and that they’re meant to be a family. But convincing him of that might her biggest challenge yet.
This was a tough call for me as far as characters. They were all lovable except Felicia for sure. Brian, I went back and forth on.
Here’s why I get you made a promise to yourself to meet a goal. Okay, but dude we are talking about a child you fathered. Need I, be the one to remind you that your pops bailed on you and that is where a lot of your hang-ups come from. So, you find this totally okay with doing the same for the almighty dollar.