Torn between Bart and Tad, the two men after Abby’s heart, she vacillates. Tad is more like an old shoe, while Bart’s affection titillates. Marry Bart, however, and he could steal her company. That’s what can happen if you’re not careful who you borrow money from. Bart might try to sell off Yippee, her company, behind her back.
Granted, Bart’s hold over her heart and body are compelling. He was the bad boy off a motorcycle who has attracted her since high school. Tad, meanwhile, is Abby’s friend, and Yippee’s marketing manager. In passing, there’s another man Abby wants, but can’t have.
The loyalty of family, friends, and Yippee staff are up for grabs, as Abby opts to fight for her company and her sanity. While seeking to solve a murder, Abby discovers an ally in Hilda, a homeless woman. Hilda’s agenda of bitter vengeance crosses paths with Abby, but also with her mom and Bart’s mom, both of whom tangle with Hilda and with each other.