Narcissism X Two: Like Father, Like Son
Elaine Worthington certainly didn't expect to become a widow at such a early age. Grief stricken, she had promised her husband on his death bed that she wouldn't live in the past, but move on with her life.
She knew she would not impose her loneliness on her grown children. Then she met a widower, who was in the same boat, and they decided to make a go of it together. Elaine's deceased husband had left her a very wealthy woman. Did Bill Horton want to marry her for love or her money?