Agreeing to be Trey Kent's pretend fiancée in a series of ads for his family's department store chain feels like a deal with the devil to graphic artist Darcy Malone. But The Corporate Marriage Campaign (3) has a few perks, including her own business at deal's end and Trey's passionate kisses in the meantime. Badly burned in the past, Darcy is determined not to succumb to Trey…but she just can't help it. Leigh Michaels adds a few realistic touches to a classic storyline, and the result has some charm. There's not much substance to the plot, though, and Darcy is the only character with any depth.
Reviewed by: 
Catherine Witmer