After ten years abroad, Alexandra ‘Ali’ Lennox’s father asks her to move back to Los Angeles to head the family company, Lennox Breweries.
The company’s COO, Jill Gold, has dedicated twenty years of her life to Lennox Breweries and is not amused when she’s asked to mentor Ali, who she considers to be nothing more than a privileged trust-fund brat.
Even though they don’t see eye to eye, Ali and Jill will have to learn to trust each other for the sake of the company—and each other.
Can Jill change her mind about Ali’s smug entitlement? And will Ali be able to come to terms with the past hurt that drove her away from L.A. in the first place?
After selling a successful start-up, Robyn comes home to search for a purpose in life. A chance encounter with her older sister’s best friend leaves her speechless. Back in high school, Callie was a million times cooler than Robyn could ever hope to be. So why does she suddenly want to hang out with Robyn?
Callie’s left behind her guitar-playing days, and the lifestyle that went along with them. These days, she spends all her free time with her energetic puppy. When she runs into Robyn, she’s instantly drawn to her changed, confident new self. And although Callie always thought she was straight, Robyn is… hot?
As the two women spend time together, Robyn’s years-old crush intensifies – and Callie’s certainty about her orientation falters. But if they admit their feelings for each other, will the present be able to overshadow their past?