Two Mrs Kellys

Livid over Ray’s dou­ble be­trayal, his scorned wives Mel and Mad­die team up to ex­e­cute the bigamist’s down­fall!

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Wel­com­ing her ex-hus­band

Ray Kelly back into her life and her home a few months ago,

Mel Owen brie y be­lieved she was do­ing the right thing. Af­ter all, Ray was sexy, suave and charm­ing, and a pos­i­tive in uence on her teenage son Hunter. She soon dis­cov­ered, how­ever, that a leop­ard doesn’t change its spots and Ray couldn’t be trusted; he never could. He was a rogue through and through, with a laun­dry list of se­crets hid­den away from her, but af­ter a lit­tle covert dig­ging, Mel un­earthed the truth. And it was worse than she thought. Ray had an­other wife – Mad­die Wright, and their son Jake, cur­rently ill in hos­pi­tal! Seething, Mel venge­fully plot­ted to ex­pose him. Ro­manc­ing the cad, she pro­posed re­mar­riage, Ray jumped at it and they were en­gaged... with Mel plan­ning to eece him of ev­ery penny for a lav­ish wed­ding at which she’ll out him as a bigamist from the al­tar!

Keep­ing up ap­pear­ances, Mel – still sport­ing the fake en­gage­ment ring she’s cre­ated af­ter pawn­ing the real di­a­mond – lures Ray to Wal­ford East restau­rant for a ro­man­tic meal, fol­lowed by a quickie in the bath­room! De­spite clue­lessly en­joy­ing his af­ter­noon de­light, Ray con­tin­u­ally irks Mel by ditch­ing her for work again. Fed up, Mel meets Mad­die, whom she ear­lier be­friended, and quizzes her over Ray’s where­abouts, de­ter­mined to know his move­ments at all times.

Horri ed at what she dis­cov­ers, Mel cor­ners Mad­die again, and drops the bomb­shell that she’s Ray’s other wife! Show­ing no mercy when Mad­die won’t be­lieve her, Mel bluntly re­veals ev­ery­thing else she knows, ask­ing Mad­die to team up with her to teach him a les­son...

Even­tu­ally Mad­die says she’s had enough and it’s time to con­front Ray. Pan­ick­ing, Mel for­bids it, as the man’s dan­ger­ous. It must be her way. Will the sud­den ap­pear­ance of a mys­te­ri­ous per­son who’s been watch­ing them change their minds?

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