Emma, a paralegal assistant in a large law firm founded by her grandfather, is as pure as Castile soap. She's so demure (you sometimes wonder if she can talk) that her grandmother can't put up with her any longer and sends her to Bergdorf's and Elizabeth Arden's to be enhanced. This of course furthers her romance with a lawyer colleague, Oliver, even if in her untouched, unretouched state she fought off another one with lecherous ""propensities."" Talky, legal talky at times (the firm is heavily into an antitrust suit)--the publishers give you a choice between Emilie Loring and Louis Auchincloss. Every juroress will find for Emilie even if it's a little more substantial than that.