Janet was naturally worried when she heard from her mother, who had gone to live in sunny Ibiza, that someone was trying to make life difficult for her by, apparently, trying to cheat her out of her rights, and she went post-haste to the little island to see if she could sort things out. Her mother, she found, being a sunny-natured lady, was not as worried about the situation as Janet was -- and Janet was even more worried and annoyed when she met the cause of all the trouble, the odious Bruce Walbrook. Just who did he think he was? He might be an authority in the legal world, but she would show him that his words certainly cut no ice with her. On her mother's behalf, Janet was going to get the better of him -- or was it only on her mother's behalf?