For Alice, Harry, and their daughter, Charlotte, moving into their dream home quickly becomes a nightmare when Harry is found dead at the bottom of the stairs. Harry designed the smart house, so it’s weird and wonderful, and one more disorientation for Alice on top of her grief. Family should be a source of comfort, but they only seem to add to her growing list of problems.
Meeting George leaves Alice shaken. He does look like Harry, but why didn’t he show up when Harry was alive? Before Alice can deal with that revelation, first she must arrange a funeral for the man she loved. She and Charlotte decide to bury Harry at home, in their garden. Then Charlotte discovers a letter from a sperm storage clinic addressed to her dad and drops another bombshell on Alice.
Charlotte decides that she’s ready to return to school, but Alice feels lost without her and struggles to cope. Before the inquest into Harry’s death can go ahead, the police must identify the mysterious figure on the CCTV. With George becoming increasingly evasive, Alice is forced to go behind his back to get the answers she needs.
Alice grows desperately short of money and must stop her home from being sold from under her nose. Meanwhile, Alice uncovers a deed for land in Harry's name.
Alice's decision to try for a baby using the sperm Harry mysteriously stored before he died is met with doubts from Charlotte and Sarah.
Alice receives planning permission to develop the plot of land. She’s determined to keep this new confidence going and looks forward to having Harry’s baby. But first she writes a to-do list: make money, save the house, make Charlotte happy, and win Minnie and Gerry over. But when Alice’s parents’ marriage falls to pieces, Roger moves in with her and Charlotte moves out.
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