What would you do if the man who murdered your friend were eligible for parole?
After nursing her husband through cancer, and then getting dumped for a “pre-schooler”, Katy McKenna is ready for a major life reboot.
First on her “exciting new life” agenda is to revive the graphic arts career she suspended several years ago to follow her was-band’s dreams.
Her “new life” plan takes a sudden dramatic turn when she stumbles upon a newspaper story about an impending parole hearing for the man who raped and murdered her high school friend sixteen years ago.
Fearing that he could soon be preying on other young girls, Katy sets out to make sure this doesn’t happen, not realizing she might not live to blog about it.
Meanwhile, Grandma Ruby is hell-bent on finding Katy a hunky transition man and her BFF is nagging her to blog about her anger issues. Katy would rather shoot her ex, but jail time is not on her agenda, so she’s going to give it a try.
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