Dallas and Roarke and their family of co-workers and friends return.
This time the nemesis is a woman who has been cheated on and lied to and robbed, and she's out to get her idea of justice against any and seemingly every high-profile man who has done a woman wrong, if she isn't stopped. Rape, mental abuse, cheating, lying, stealing, the list goes on and on. Justification for taking justice into her own hands? Maybe if she'd just gather up the evidence she has and hands it over to authorities -- but she doesn't trust anyone to give justice to the women who have been hurt.
She takes the name Lady Justice, and that was her first mistake -- giving herself the right and the authority to decide what was justice.
Her second mistake was executing her victims in Eve Dallas' town. This clever, resourceful woman of a thousand faces and voices and tricks doesn't know what she's up against when Dallas and her team get on her trail. She even knows Dallas is getting close, but does that slow her or make her move a little more carefully? That's another mistake. But still, it's a race against time to stop her before she takes her next victim.
What can I say? I love the series, the characters, the interaction, the constant growth in relationships. And hurrah, another baby for Mavis and Leonardo.