Working Girl Alex Masters has given up prostitution, lives on the "right" side of town, has a respectable job, and is about to launch a singing career on the side.
While making a deposit for her employer at Bay City Central, her past catches up with her in the time it takes a bank robber's bullet to pierce her arm. Alex finds herself caught in a tangle of robbery, murder and blackmail. Clearing herself of suspicion means returning to her former haunts while still maintaining her new-found respectability.
Which "life" will win the balancing act when it's all over?