At the end of Widows, Harry was proud of the fact that his wife Dolly had pulled off the robbery that had killed his team. He also planned to take all that money away from Dolly and her team. He still thought that Dolly believed him dead. Because he didn't think she would have found out he was still alive, his plan was doomed. Dolly didn't know how he'd come after her and the money, but she knew he was coming. This book shows their fight and the solution. It was both sad and satisfying. I can't tell you who win, because then you wouldn't need to read the book. And you need to read this book.
I enjoyed the story. It did answer the questions that followed the ending of the first book.
I received the copy of the book I read for this review from BookishFirst.