Good things come to those who wait. That’s what Annie’s always believed.
It’s why, when her fiancé Keith launched his nanotech company, Annie set aside law school to help. It’s why she went all-in, trusting the company’s success to make her degree moot. Law school was for her mother anyway. After Rebirth goes public, she and Keith will be rich enough to do whatever they want … like working on her award-winning student screenplay — the real dream she gave up to grow the business.
But with the finish line in sight (and creative dreams dancing in Annie’s head), Keith starts to act suspiciously. He’s been spending a lot of time with his attractive lawyer, working late nights. After all the lean years and sacrifices, it’s just not fair. Keith would never cheat, would he? But if not, why is he acting like a cheater?
Annie isn’t usually vengeful, but her hand’s been forced. She faces a decision: Should she let Keith play her like a sucker, or should she be strong like the heroine of her screenplay? Should she sit by like a chump … or make a deal with Rebirth’s competitors to get what she deserves?
In the heat of an affair, nothing is what it seems — and Hell hath no fury like an artist scorned.