As the adopted son of the wealthy Gu Family, it was only a matter of time before Gu Cheng Ze (Jiang Chao) stepped into the role of managing the family business. As CEO of the Gu Mall Corporation, Cheng Ze was well-situated in his position and therefore, quite content. Unfortunately, the Gu Family had no intention of allowing their adopted son to remain in charge indefinitely. When the family matriarch decides it’s time for her biological grandson, Gu Jin Yu (Daniel Zhang), to take up the family business, she turns directly to Cheng Ze for help. Knowing full well that Jin Yu doesn’t possess any of the traits necessary for leadership, she assigns Cheng Ze the nearly impossible task of grooming her careless grandson for the job. At the same time, Cheng Ze is also tasked with further separating Jin Yu from his ex, Li Yan Shu (Tan Song Yun), the talented fashion designer Cheng Ze only recently hired. Unable to keep Jin Yu or his own traitorous heart in check, Cheng Ze quickly finds himself in over his head as he tries to live up to his family’s expectations. Desperate to do what he can, he tries his best to teach Jin Yu but not even his best is enough to keep him from falling in love with Yan Shu. Will Cheng Ze be able to win Yan Shu’s heart without losing his family in the process? Adapted from the web novel “When the President Falls in Love” by Shen Cang Mei, “The Fox’s Summer Season 2” is a 2017 Chinese romance drama directed by Yu Zhong Zhong.