An unorthodox love triangle about a woman, the man she thought he was, and the man she had left behind
David is a published author with a troubled past. Tim is an aspiring author with a squeaky clean past. What do they have in common? A relationship with Erica Wilkinson, and DNA. Caught on camera inside a Philadelphia Main Line house, habitual liar and published author, David Summers, is robbing Winston Newman, the most powerful literary pioneer of his time. Those who know David would say he was the victim of circumstance. Abandoned by his parents, he was raised by a guardian, seeing the world as an ugly place where one must hustle to survive. Tim Sullivan is an aspiring author. Raised by the positive attitude of his grandmother, he stays optimistic about his future and has never committed a single crime in his life. Jim is the kind of man who prides himself on telling the truth to the best of his ability. Erica Wilkinson has dated both men. Her relationship ended with David because he was a habitual liar; she couldn’t trust him as far as she could throw him. “Honest Tim,” with whom she shares an online, clandestine, relationship, is different than any other man she has dated. Though she’s never seen his face in reality, she feels she has finally found a man she can really trust. Unfortunately, Tim and David have more in common than she could possibly imagine; they are the same man. As “Tim Sullivan,” David learns to please Erica as a better man. After Newman turns up murdered in the wake of the robbery, the national media digs skeletons from David’s past. With Erica–a law school grad and his active lawyer–David comes head-to-head with the struggle of recounting the details of his past life while being forced to eventually face the challenge of revealing his last act of deception to Erica—at risk of losing her forever.