Which version of the story will you believe?
She was 14, he was 37. Fiona chewed gum, wore too much black eyeliner and got drunk with her friends at weekends. She also got great grades and wrote stories and scripts that couldn’t fail to catch the attention of her English teacher. A schoolgirl crush on the enigmatic Mr. Morgan developed into an intense relationship. He made her feel special; made her believe she could transcend her background and achieve extraordinary things.
She might have been young, but she knew what she was doing. She was in control.
She’s 30. She’s married, but not settled. Life hasn’t turned out quite how she’d hoped and she’s never stopped thinking about Mr. Morgan. He’s in his 50s when he reappears, still seeming to promise something above the humdrum.
As Fiona is drawn steadily away from her own life and deeper into Morgan’s, she thinks she’s found what’s been missing all these years. But as conflicting memories and damning allegations start to surface, she is forced to consider: where does the control really lie? Whose version of the past will she accept and what does this mean for her future?