After years of enjoying the single life, wealthy software designer Darren Kaiser suddenly finds himself named the most eligible bachelor in New York City—and under siege by women, day and night. Lying low for a while seems like the key to his survival, so he takes an apartment and becomes Dean Edgar, computer geek. Clicking with a fellow tenant, hairdresser Kate Monahan, isn't part of Darren's plan—nor is his sudden desire for Kate to want him when he's "Dean," not "Darren"! Sexy and smart, Nancy Warren's Underneath It All (4) takes a classic premise and succeeds in making it relevant in the 21st century.
Reviewed by: 
Catherine Witmer