Lovely Linda Gordon arrived home form a three-month trip to Europe to find her wealthy and influential father a suicide and a reported embezzler. Her father had mortgaged or sold everything he head in an effort to bolster the failing company, but his efforts had been in vain. Alone and with very little money, face with the hatred of the stockholders, Linda knew she must get away and find a job. But as what? She was never trained to earn a living. Weeks later and hundreds of miles from home, Linda rescued a young girl who was being tormented by a gang of motorcyclists. When the child's father arrived and learned what Linda had done, he invited her to his home--and thus Linda is introduced to the Jeffry family: little Sally; handsome Wayne, her father; Wayne's mother; his two younger brothers, Bart and Hugh; his twin sisters, Pamela and Paula; and Duke, the family watchdog. there is another person staying at the Jeffry mansion--beautiful Ellen Bradley, who made it clear that she expected to become Mrs. Wayne Jeffry. When Wayne offered Linda the job of watching over Sally, she jumped at the chance. She grew to love the little girl and the Jeffry family. Her recognition of one member of the motorcycle gang led her to adventure and danger. And romance. In coping with her problems, Linda matures form a frivolous rich girl to a capable, confident young woman.