Susannah Emory's problem is that she can't be content with an easy life. Living in Seattle at the upper end of middle age, she asks, "Now what?" Widowed and introspective, attractive and witty, Susannah's family and friends call on her wise, provocative and loving presence as they address such life issues as parenting, adultery and death. At the same time, she's trying to negotiate modern dating and sexual mores, ageism, and her own insecurities. She's determine not to be held back.
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