A scorned woman plots revenge against the man who abandoned her 25 years earlier in order to marry another woman with money to advance his career. The plan is to have her two sons seduce and marry her former lover's two daughters, and in the process destroy the man's life.
Blythe Hunter is a beautiful and sophisticated real estate magnate who was left heartbroken and shattered when her lover, Theodore Crawford, left her for Anna Whitman; a woman with more wealth and prestige in order to advance his own career. 25 years later, Blythe is still hell-bent on destroying the life of the man she once loved. Theodore is the charming and distinguished owner of The Tides, a popular horse racetrack and gambling casino in San Diego which he took over from Anna's family after her death. He is the proud father of two beautiful daughters: the prim-and-proper Emma Crawford, and the younger but more headstrong Brooke Crawford. He also is currently dating their former nanny Hope Lorca. Blythe uses her handsome, twin sons as pawns in her treacherous plans; Aaron Spencer is a fellow real estate agent who, desperate to win over his mother's approval, eagerly joins her in the plans to destroy Theodore's family. Blythe's other son is Josh Spencer, a caring and sympathetic ... Written by
If Fox promotes this show heavily like they did the O.C. and re-airs the pilot episodes, this show could be the next O.C.. The casting is perfect, the plot twists are great on this show, and the production quality is top notch. The pilot episodes draws the viewers in like the pilot episodes of the O.C. and with daily episodes, it could possibly become the most successful show since the O.C., Dynasty, and Dallas. Like the pilot episodes of the O.C., the story lines are very interesting giving the viewers a glimpse of the advantages and problems of wealth and success, with insights into extreme business tactics and interesting commentary on relationships for courtship, marriage, betrayal, and affairs.
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