Left alone to deal with the enormity of the estate that was willed to her Kathy must go on alone. Can she deal with the children, the finances, the legitimate and not so legitimate business dealings? The many surprises in store for her, some welcome, some not so welcome begin to change Kathy.
Meeting the ‘other’ women in Alice’s life as well as many people she didn’t know were in her life may prove to be too much for Kathy. Will she rise up to the occasion or fail horribly? Perhaps Alice saw more in Kathy than she herself knew was there?
The possible end of Alice’s marriage means that she has to leave the home she has built with Kathy. She moves back to New York to start over. Running into her college roommate and former lover sets off a chain of events that even Alice couldn’t anticipate or control.
Meeting new people and renewing old friendships we learn a bit more about Alice and who she was to become the person she is. The new people in her life though means new changes are in store for our beloved Alice. Changes she might just not like.
Alice is tired of the killing; she wants a nice, normal life. Circumstances won’t let her though and although she has tried to do the ‘right’ thing, the ‘moral’ thing, life won’t allow her to do anything but what she needs to do to protect her family from those that would hurt them.