Ivy Wolfe sneaks over to her stepbrother, Zach Wild's house while his wife, Jessa Rhodes is on a work trip. Ivy claims she only needs to stay for a week, and she'll be gone before Jessa comes home. Jessa has previously walked in on her husband, Zach, kissing Ivy, and Zach has promised not to see her again. Jessa comes home from work early to see Ivy is staying. "I'm sorry," Ivy pleads to Jessa, please let me stay for a week, just a week and I'll be gone! Jessa hesitantly agrees but needs to show her husband why she is the best woman for him. Infidelity is hurtful, it has made Jessa insecure, and Zach is desperate to show his wife that he won't betray her again. Ivy listens to her step-brother make love to his wife and she smiles. Jessa has him, for now, but Zach is hers, he is family, and nobody knows him like she does. Stepbrother, Zach Wild, is caught between his beloved wife, Jessa Rhodes, and his beloved and manipulative stepsister, Ivy Wolfe. Zac has spent hours the previous night talking to Jessa about how Ivy will only be staying for a week or two until she earns enough money for a place of her own. Jessa reluctantly allows her to stay. When Ivy surprises Zac with the news that she will move out tomorrow because she found a place, Zac is surprised at his own disapproval. He realizes he doesn't want her to go. He is now conflicted between what his body wants to experience and his sense of morality--staying faithful to his good wife. Will Zach be able to refuse Ivy's seduction?