Your friends are not my friends
So, integration into the Featherington empire is not going according to plan.
Whose plan, it might be asked.
Instead of just settling into a life of luxury and being the plus one for a woman who simply needed a consort, David has the nagging feeling everything around him is not as it should be.
He could cite the pain-killing drugs sending him into a world of conspiracies and hallucinations, that not everything around him was suspicious.
Take, for instance, her new business partners, far too handsome for their own good, and why is Susan flirting so openly with them?
Then there are the three Russian maids. See no evil, hear no evil, speak evil, if they’re maids, why did they look and act like Russian spies?
Perhaps an old friend might be able to clear that up for him/
And why does the old family Butler, the only authentic person, other than the housekeeper who truly is both British to the core, and as genuine as they get, whispering in David’s ear that the mistress has changed, and he is concerned/
On day one in the London residence, it doesn’t take long to realize the walls have both eyes and ears, and thus the game’s afoot.
Once more he finds himself back in the murky world of lies and deceit.
The worst part of it is that he has no tangible truth that anything is amiss, and truth be told, David just wants everything to go back to the way it was.
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