Nobody marries for money any more. Or do they? The aristocratic Hasty sisters are astonishingly beautiful, irresistibly sexy and startlingly intelligent. They are also, unfortunately, extremely poor. On the death of their charming, autocratic father, they discover that their sole inheritance is their ravishing good looks. Even worse, Melismate, home of their ancestors for nearly a thousand years, is to be sold, leaving them homeless. Rufa, the eldest and most beautiful of the Hastys, is also the most fiercely proud of her heritage. Determined to save Melismate no matter what the cost to herself -- and her three sisters -- she invents The Marrying Game. If their faces are to be their only fortune, then the Hasty girls must put all thoughts of love out of their minds and marry for money. Ignoring her mother's warnings, Rufa sells her battered old blue Volvo to finance their entry into high society and, together with her outrageously sexy and voluptuous sister Nancy, sets off for London to seek a fortune or two. The Marrying Game has begun.