Annulment in Alamainia
An evil motive, bizarre memories and an unexpected death threaten to derail John and Hope’s mission
Marital splits can often be problematic but for John and Hope, ending the marriage that neither of them can remember beginning, is proving nightmarish. Thanks to a letter hidden in a safety deposit box, co-owned by Stefano and the deceased Alice, the pair knows they must travel to the North African country of Alamainia to sever the union so they can legally recommit to their spouses, Marlena and Bo.
Fatefully, the foursome’s plans to leave immediately for Alamainia are interrupted when they’re advised that only John (Drake Hogestyn) and Hope (Kristian Alfonso) have legal clearance to enter Alamainia.
Instinctively aware that this is the work of a manipulative Stefano (Joseph Mascolo), the duo reluctantly decide to leave Marlena (Deidre Hall) and Bo (Peter Reckell) home and head overseas.
Once they are in Alamainia, memories of the past and bizarre occurrences impact upon their mission. Being in the country quickly dredges up long-buried memories of the love they shared while they were brainwashed to be Princess Gina and The Pawn. Fighting against them, John advises Hope that he’s secretly working with the ISA to uncover Stefano’s true motives for unleashing this latest secret on them. Then, Stefano appears on their doorstep to taunt them about their hopes of escaping the marriage, motivating John to make contact with his ISA contact.
Before he and Hope get the chance to met with Agent Walsh (Joshua Wolf Coleman), they nd him dead in their hotel room, having been fatally stabbed with a syringe.
Suddenly, murder has crossed their paths and John and Hope are nervously aware that disentangling themselves from a marriage they never wanted won’t be as easy as they thought. TVS