Natasha Saybrook-Davis is a main character in "The Heiresses". The condescending, sharp-tongued black sheep of the family, Natasha mysteriously disinherited herself five years ago.
Rowan and Natasha were close as children. When she was little, Natasha would happily host one-act plays and karaoke concerts on the back porch at Meriweather, with Rowan participating and cheering her despite being nearly ten years older. Before the events of the novel, Natasha had mysteriously disinherited herself from the Saybrook fortune to the shock of everyone around her. After she decided she no longer wanted to be a Saybrook, she’d moved to Brooklyn and reinvented herself, running a yoga studio for the borough’s bourgeoisie.
The day of Steven Barnett's funeral, she hurried over from the subway stop on Fifty-Third, her wild mess of dark curls pinned off her face, her lips twisted into a surly frown. She gathered with her cousins inside the church, close for the first time since the party that ended in his death.
Five years later, the other Saybrook cousins have been wary of her since his disinheritance because Natasha treated them quite irritatingly. However, after her parents died, Poppy began mending fences with her.
Natasha is darker complected than the other Saybrook girls, with olive skin, sleek, dark hair with wild curls, and almond-shaped eyes with long eyelashes.