Shadow of Doubt
n today’s world of dissolving marriages, women often find themselves picking up the pieces and starting over. The protagonist of Shadow of Doubt was such a victim. Ansley Sheridan sacrificed her career in a major ballet company for a husband who betrayed her after only two years. Vowing never to risk her independence again, she completes her education and becomes an attorney. However, at the dawn of her new career, she returns to Manhattan for a debut performance of her former ballet partner. While at Lincoln Center, Ansley has a chance encounter with the suave and handsome British actor, Nicholas Colton. Ansley’s girl-next-door beauty and her intelligence captivate Nick. A relationship begins that thrills and terrifies the young attorney. As the actor pursues her, Ansley lives a dual life, keeping their relationship secret, while she fights an internal war between desire and doubt.