Marlie had been working for her uncle in Virginia Beach every summer for years, and she knew everything there was to know about his business. If she had only known as much about Greg Alston, her uncle's most important customer, things might have turned out differently.
She might not have insulted the man within minutes after their first meeting. And he might not have retaliated with such impossible demands.
Marlie was prepared to play the game. But once again, she seriouslly underestimated the resourcefulness of her opponent.