Donald has just completed an interview with who he considers the most fascinating person he's ever met, namely septuagenarian Lady Margaret Wetherby, or Trixie as she is known. Among other things, she is worth $53 million and has been married six times. When Trixie sends Donald a set of golf clubs as a gift, Ann believes that Trixie has ulterior motives for being nice to Donald, whereas Donald thinks that Trixie is just a sweet old lady who looks at Donald as the grandson she never had. But when Ann meets Trixie, sweet old lady is not the description that Ann would use. Trixie is loud and outspoken and usually gets what she wants in life, which for now is Donald to help write her memoirs. But when Ann learns that with the exception of her first husband Lord Wetherby all of Trixie's husbands have been men much younger than herself, Ann believes that what Trixie really wants is Donald as husband number seven. Concurrently, Donald gets a prestigious and lucrative promotion at work to ... Written by
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The title refers to the phrase "Love is always sweeter the second time around." See more