When Harriet meets Robert, she is attracted by the easy confidence of a handsome, married older man. Knowing about his wife is fine in her role of courtesan but when she finds out about his other mistress, Helen, she sets out to kill the affair.
Starting an affair with Robert is easy. Harriet is excited by the idea of a lustful friendship, as Robert chooses to describe it. A commitment-free fling is ideal, and the existence of a wife is a monir convenience. But then Harriet finds out about his other mistress...
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