A modern-day adaptation of the Jane Austen classic, Sense and Sensibility. 

After their father is charged with swindling investors, Elinor and Marianne Dashwood must make their own way in the world.  Having always been given everything they needed, they struggle to find jobs where being a Dashwood isn't a strike against them. While Elinor finds work as a janitor at a spa, Marianne finds a position at a marketing firm.

Their struggle to make ends meet--especially so they can help their mother pay for critical medicine for their younger sister--is complicated by the risks of love. Their burdens are only lightened by Marianne's hobby of making scented lotions. One lotion soothes aches and pains, which they sell to supplement their resources. But others want the scented lotion formula, which could be worth a fortune.  As they strive to succeed, who can they trust to help along the way? Can they strike a balance between relying on their hearts and using good sense without losing it all?