Big, burly CEO Abe Behr is dismayed to discover someone - possibly a family member - is stealing from Behr Construction, which primarily employs Behr relatives. Abe takes the unprecedented step of hiring an outsider, likeable CPA Jeff Mason, to go over the books and help find the culprit. They are drawn to each other as they talk to workers, including Abe's two younger brothers and their shifty cousin.
Barista Jimmy Patterson thinks it's a good idea to get rip-roaring drunk on his birthday after he's dumped by his boyfriend. When a burly bar owner rescues Jimmy, the night starts to look up. Now Jimmy just wants to know the bartender's first name. "Guy" Stone gives Jimmy seven guesses, one for each night he takes Jimmy out on a date. While Jimmy's trying to come up with his name, he's distracted by the destruction of his coffee shop and what looks more and more like a hate crime.
Renowned interior designer Fredi Zimmer is surprised when outdoorsman Max Greene, owner of Greene's Outdoors, hires Fredi to revamp his rustic cabin in the Sierra Nevada foothills. Fredi is an out-and-proud metro male whose contact with the outdoors is from his car to the doorway of the million-dollar homes he remodels, and Max is just too hunky for words.
"Low steam, sweet"