Rival from Hell
“Reese! I was hoping I’d see you here.” Missy’s smile was anything but happy. Unless happiness had a smirking and nasty edge to it with a full on dose of disdainful superiority. Oh wait, I was talking about Missy. This was her happy. “Larry says hi, by the way.”
“What the hell are you doing here, Missy?” Maybe I should have tried to muster some kind of clever come back or slick response to hide the truth. That I hated her and Larry and my entire life so much right now I could scream. Instead, I did the best I could not to crumble into a pathetic ball of weeping childlike regret and let bitter resentment win.
I just wasn’t in the mood to be the bigger person.
Reese’s frustration is made worse by the appearance of her rival, Missy Prince. Happy to rub in her new directing job, Missy tries to muscle in on the handsome Jack who could possibly be Mr. Right when Reese’s life has been so much of oh, so wrong. But Missy’s appearance triggers some unexpected answers and forces Reese to face the fact she might not like the real story about who she is and why she’s on Prince Edward Island…