Mary is back in Miami and back in the arms of Carlos, the hot Latin boyfriend she almost jettisoned. Now she must rebuild her lagging law practice. The first client to walk in the door is Jay Lincoln, the first Black quarterback at the University of Miami. He is facing a charge of raping an underage high school girl. Mary's loyal paralegal, Catherine, is involved in her own troubles. Her deadbeat abusive ex-spouse surfaces and a few days later turns up dead at her front door. Naturally, one of Carlos's many cousins is arrested for the murder. Meanwhile, Carlos's father is facing a federal grand jury investigating the bank where he's a vice-president. As if that isn't enough, Mary's mother is suffering from a midlife crisis of her own. Rape, bank fraud, and murder. it's enough to make any lawyer neurotic. Mary's days in court are making her totally neurotic as a momentous thanksgiving approaches followed by a heart stopping wedding. If you want to find out who is getting married, better read Neurotic November, and as a bonus you'll get some Magruder-Katz family Thanksgiving recipes.