Sylvie Serfer Woodruff loves her life as the nurturing wife to her adored Richard, a New York senator. Of course, her mother Selma (former chief judge of New York State) is horrified as she watches her daughter retrieve Richard's breakfast at hotel buffets. Selma once had big ambitions for Sylvie, who happily retired as a lawyer early on to become a political wife and mother to her two daughters, Diana and Lizzie, who are now adults.
Sylvie’s job is not exactly easy, though. For example, the constant public scrutiny makes life difficult. Her body and personality have been sculpted to aid her husband's career. Syl