In The Butler Did It, narrated with amusing good cheer by Luci Christian Bell, recent divorcee Blaire Thomlin just won the "Butler for a Fortnight" contest, its prize being exactly what it sounds like. Sure enough, who shows up at Blaire’s door the very next day to cater to her every housecleaning whim and – perhaps - other womanly desires? Just the sexiest Australian manservant Thomlin has ever seen and one "first-class hunk". Things get more neat and orderly in the Thomlin household and a lot more steamy from there.
Ruben Crosscroft is not your typical butler, a proper old gent in black tails. The awesome Aussie arrives sporting athletic shorts and a T-shirt. Blue-eyed, virile, tanned - he is no sexless wooden servant.... Which comes as a shock to divorcee Blaire Thomlin, who'd won Ruben's services in a contest for two whole weekends.
Having a man around the house again made Blaire nervous, but Ruben cooks, cleans, and caters to Blaire's ever desire...including a few not in his job description. He turns Blaire's life around and makes her start to believe in love once more. Until ugly rumors surface about his past.... With so much to sort out, suddenly two weeks doesn’t seem like so long to Blaire after all.