The Love Book depicts the daily life of a bickering couple after marriage. Their struggles with juggling love, friendship and work are shown and questions such as how to interact with children who are not your own flesh and blood are raised.
Zheng Qiu Dong (Hu Ge) is a persistent man when pursuing his ideals. He survives through business failures, economic pitfalls purposely set up by adversaries and unfortunate romances without losing his moral principles to become an elite of the financial world, described metaphorically as the “hunting ground”.
This is not the fresh start she anticipated. Su Mang (Wang Li Kun) works overseas as an executive for MG, a global tourism company. When her attempts to have a child fail and her marriage to her philandering husband ends in divorce, Su Mang transfers to the company’s headquarters in Shanghai as a director. When rumors start to fly among the employees about Su Mang’s life overseas, Zheng Chu (Zhu Ya Wen) is the unlikely employee who tries to protect her, despite the rocky start to their working relationship. But how can Zheng Chu help Su Mang deal with the news that she is pregnant from her IVF treatments from her previous marriage?