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Nikki Quinn is finishing up on a rather unique divorce case. Something about it bothers her. Neither of the couple seem to really want the divorce. Amy, who has been hired to work for Nikki’s firm, and Jeffrey, son of Senator Buck Lambert, seemed to be really in love. Amy is walking away with nothing at her request while Jeffrey is insisting on a trust being set up for her. Amy agreed but didn’t intend to ever touch the trust. As Jeffrey was leaving last, Buck Lambert burst into Nikki’s office to try to push his weight around to make sure Amy got nothing from Jeffrey. Nikki lambasted him for bullying his way into her business and made it perfectly clear that he would get no information about the divorce from her. As he blasted his way out of the office building, a little lady who was coming in was hurled in with the revolving door. She had an appointment with Nikki. In reality, she was the fashionable wife of Buck Lambert, Lavinia, who had come to Nikki to set up a divorce for herself. She did have some definite instructions which would enable her to be long gone when Buck received the papers. Something about her entire day bothered her. She just couldn’t figure out what it was. She does know that this divorce will pit her against the Chessmen, a law firm notorious for its major wins for its divorce cases.
Where does the Sisterhood come into play with this divorce?
It is well written as usual. The evolving of family is incorporated. Careers continue to grow. All of which makes the characters real to the readers.