It’s November. Mollie’s least favourite time of the year. The days are short and the nights are cold, but when her nearest and dearest get hit with a case of the midlife crisis bug, it gives her something more than the terrible weather to complain about.
Watching her parents and in-laws putting themselves through chemical peels and hair transplants causes Mollie to make it her mission to prove that the natural approach to anti-aging is best.
Spending time with her eccentric and outlandish neighbour, Mrs Heckles, just adds to Mollie’s firm opinion that growing old gracefully is the only attitude to have.
Enlisting the help of Tim’s ageless girlfriend, can Mollie convince her loved ones to step away from the scalpel and learn to love the person in the mirror?
With snails, urine and some rather unorthodox tools at her disposal, Mollie certainly has a hard task on her hands, but with a troublesome cat, a huge work opportunity and a friend heading for heartache, will they all be taught a lesson in the cruellest way possible?
One thing is for sure, Mollie McQueen is NOT Having Botox.