Audrey Beane is a New York advertising VP, and workaholic who has lost balance in her life. She's overbearing. She yells, and she's defensive. Confused about who she is at age thirty-four, Audrey begins to self-reflect, wondering what happened to the carefree girl she used to be? She wants to paint, feel the sun on her face, and enjoy life more. When an unexpected phone call from Audrey's sister begs her to come back home to Florida to tend to a family emergency, Audrey is given a chance to see another side of life she could have had, including a relationship with her one love. Old wounds open. Meanwhile, her corporate account is in chaos. And what's working against Audrey behind the scenes in New York City challenges her integrity and ethics. Ah, but the Big Apple is a hypnotic place, and the power and money is good. When Audrey's career and personal life collide, she is faced with tough decisions about her future and balancing it all. With this funny and poignant novel, Doreen Lewis chronicles the path of an overworked woman who begins to take charge of her own destiny.