Aly, recently divorced, with no career and no family of her own, considers herself someone who is just drifting through life. She finds employment as a nanny with an acquaintance, Erika, an attractive lawyer she feels is "out of her league". To resist her attraction to Erika, Aly maintains her image of Erika as an Ice Queen, despite evidence to the contrary. When that falls away, Aly, who values Erika not for her outward success but because she is loving and thoughtful, is still certain Erika would never fall for her. As they grow closer, Aly hides her love for Erika. In time, through Erika's friendship and her own growth, Aly comes to realize that she, too, is a "good woman". With her obstacles to Erika gone, only Erika's lack of interest in her stands in Aly's way. But is Erika really not interested?
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When she was very young, Mary Robello married the son of an autocratic, self-righteous Catholic patriarch. Now with all of her children off to school she finds she is a stranger to herself. To fill the void she becomes a teachers aide and develops a crush on a teacher - a woman. This is not a new experience for her and this time she cannot avoid what it means about herself. But she doesn't have the means to support her children. And even if he couldn't win, her father-in-law would put her children, and the rest of the family, through hell fighting for custody of them. How can Mary express her true nature, be with the woman she loves, and support and protect her children?
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