All Hell breaks loose when Richard MacKnight's eccentric aunt Agatha hires gypsy astrologer, Tia Vadella to advise them on business adventures for their land development firm. Richard thinks astrology is bunk, and he is determined to keep any stargazer from interfering with his work.
After trying, unsuccessfully, to buy Tia off, Richard realizes that her predictions are accurate. Still, he can't run his business by the stars. But his aunt won't do anything without Tia's approval -- a constant source of conflict. Even so, he finds himself drawn to the seductress in bangles and scarves. He wants her in his bed, but not in his business.
Sparks fly when Richard attempts to seduce Tia. Although Tia is attracted to Richard, she is determined not to get involved with a man who doesn't respect her profession. But Richard is persistant, and eventually Tia succumbs to his charms.
Richard and Tia find themselves falling in love. But can a bullheaded Taurus, descended from a Scottish laird, and a sensual Scorpio, of gypsy heritage, find true happiness? They're total opposites. He constructs buildings. She constructs astrology charts, concocts herbal potions, dowses, and performs healing rituals with a group of strange people, who chant ancient incantations in the midst of revolving colored lights.
But opposites attract. They also conflict. Tia and Richard have a misunderstanding. Despite his groveling. Tia refuses to see him. Richard is determined to marry Tia, and enlists her father's help, which turns into a comedy of errors, when Richard gives his all to win Tia's gypsy heart.