The marriage was over. The time had long passed in which Antonia could survive in actor Flynn Rawley's shadow, and she'd set out to create her own role as director Toni Locksley. Now, four years later, she still couldn't figure how she'd been talked into directing his new play. On stage and behind it, Flynn portrayed a character who had lost his true love, and he was so convincing that even Toni wasn't sure whether he was following her lead or playing straight from the heart. Once in his arms, she stopped caring--and began hoping that the show would go on forever.