Sasha Miller arrives at Cambridge University with a single goal: to earn a place among the great scientists of her time. But that dream comes crashing down when the naIve student is seduced by her womanizing professor, Theo Dexter. She trusted him with her heart - and with the brilliant original theory that would jump-start her career. Now Theo is claiming her work as his own, and a devastated Sasha vows revenge. Eight years later, the newly rich and famous Theo Dexter is the darling of the American media and every woman's fantasy. Every woman except one. Now head of a successful business empire, Sasha has spent years laying the groundwork for the payback Theo so richly deserves. But if she's going to do this thing right, she can't do it alone. She'll need the help of the only other woman who knows the ugly truth hidden behind Theo's handsome facade: his spurned ex-wife Theresa. Together, the pair will concoct a plan for revenge so spectacular it will make every man think twice.
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"Sasha Miller falls for Theo Dexter, her wily Cambridge professor who tempts her into an illicit affair and then steals her brilliant physics theory. Alison Larkin's lively performance creates a titillating listening experience that captures Theo's chicanery and arrogance as he causes the na•ve student's demise while he becomes a glamorous television celebrity. Larkin shifts from a delicate sweetness to a confident resoluteness to reveal Sasha's transformed personality and the circumstances that allow her to later exact revenge on Theo. While Larkin's American accent is passable, her Filipino and Spanish accents are questionable but peppy. Larkin's pacing and modulation create distinct voices for the variety of characters--from the robust demands of chauvinistic board members to the soft whispers of Dexter's wife, who has doubts about her philandering husband. M.F. (c) AudioFile 2013, Portland, Maine"
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