Dorian Burrell is the classic spoiled little rich girl, until her grandmother cuts off her inheritance for three months, forcing her to get a job. Passing Brinny Tucker in her financial advisor's waiting room, she doesn't think twice about looking down her nose at him. Big mistake. Needing an introduction to high-society ways, Tucker becomes her last and best chance at finding gainful employment. Dorian is forced to swallow her pride and teach Tucker her upper-echelon ways. In TUTORING TUCKER (3), Debrah Morris tells a story full of promise, but readers don't feel any compassion for Dorian until the last half of the book.