From the day she was born, Inez has been disappointing her father. Trying to find a way to correct her mistakes, Inez has begun to use her womanly ways to help her father’s political campaign. One night, her task is to entertain a rich Greek man named Theo, who is about to save her father’s company. Theo has an air of danger about him—after provoking, insulting and threatening Inez, he demands that she become his caged bird. Left with no other choice, she gives in and goes to live with Theo. Yet despite her captivity, Theo makes her heart pound. Is he doing all this out of spite? Or does he actually want her to come live with him?