It is a fragmented tale of Nora and Bee, whose attitude to life is not in conformity with social values and parental wishes. Being adults and financially independent, they live the life of their choice and enjoy their freedom and brook no interference in their privacy. They drink, attend late-night parties, and visit places and face life as it comes to them. Consider them as spoiled brats, reckless and irresponsible; call them by any name and blame their parents for their inability to rein the unrestrained freedom of their children, but they possess unique feminine sensibility and human qualities that make them appear real and one among us. They are the product of a society in transition. They are characters one would love to hate but one could not ignore them. The mixing up of personal and professional life makes the story humorous and interesting.