Libby Hawthorne is your ordinary, run of the mill girl. She doesn't like to try new things, but instead derives comfort from a constant routine. However, when Libby is passed over for a promotion and demoted to an assistant for a newbie, Libby begins to question her lifestyle. Soon, everything seems crazy: she is asked to keep a secret in return for a promotion, friends and family start acting crazy, and a boss goes missing. Does Libby want to substitute her faith and morals for a chance at climbing the corporate ladder? Or will she continue to find meaning and self definition through routine, intentional living? Hope Lyda, softcover, 334 pages.