When the widowed owner of the wine bar Vineyard decides she wants to take some time off and travel abroad, she leaves her business in the very capable hands of the two women she trusts most: Vineyard's general manager, Lisa, and her daughter, Jennie. For Lalisa Manoban, Vineyard is her dream job. She's thrilled when her boss leaves her in charge (well, half-charge),delete and tells her to feel free to make changes. Lisa has tons of ideas that she's been dying to put into action, and this is her big chance to increase the success of the business and prove she's more than ready to run things solo. But getting the boss's daughter on board is harder than expected. The uptight and annoyingly attractive Jennie is blocking her every move. For Jennie Kim, Vineyard is not her job. She already has one. She's VP at a large tech company, and she's damn good at it. Who cares if people say she's a workaholic and an icy bitch? She didn't get to the top by being prone to whims and experiments. She's not happy when her mother suddenly decides to gallivant all over the country and furious that the family business has been left in the hands of the happy-go-lucky, born-a-generation-too-late hippie who manages it. Good thing Lisa can't make any changes unless they both agree, because Jennie doesn't intend to. Lisa and Jennie are like night and day. Working together won't be easy, but not falling in love might prove the hardest job of all.