Older brother Tim Scott had been a corporate lawyer. Middle brother Lee had done well in IT. And Roger, the kid, had made his name as a journalist. But last year, they left their professions to start an unusual family business.
When Mom died she left an unexpected fortune, and a bottle of sweet smelling liqueur.
She also left a note: “You can squander the money on lavish homes or fancy cars, but I want you three to be there for each other always.”
As they drank, they began to change into women. Rather than being upset, the trio bonded over their new state.