When aspiring L. A. interior designer Jesse Holtz loses her dearest friend, Cecile, in a car accident, she’s sideswiped by grief. Cecile was always the most beguiling girl in the room–the kind of girl Jesse always wished she could be. With no manual for how to mourn when you’re a 29-year-old with an eye for flea market finds but terrible taste in men, Jesse turns to the only person who understands–Cecile’s widower, Zach. But life takes an unexpected turn: Is Jesse’s friendship wth Zach the beginnings of a romance? Or is Jesse just losing perspective as she juggles her grief and her condescending boss? And what if she and Zach got together–is that so unforgivable? A tragic comedy that makes for a breathtakingly optimistic read, this is the story of a woman who just might learn that life, like any good interior, can always use a little rearranging.