Whether true love is forever or just seasonal will likely be debated for years, but one thing that's for certain is that things are rarely fair in love and war. So let's say you meet someone that gives you butterflies. You fall in like, and if there’s enough chemistry, dating slips into the relationship realm. A few nights shared turns into living together, and before you know it, you’re two steps away from your dream wedding and that happily ever after.
But what happens when life gets in the way of what brought you together in the first place? What happens when work becomes an obstacle to the cuffing, the kissing, the touching, the intimacy – the whole reason you’ve chosen THIS person to share your time and space with?
We always hear that the grass is greener on the other side, and sometimes it’s worth it to hop the fence and let that new grass glide between your toes. Sometimes that leap of faith will ignite embers that were close to being permanently extinguished – or spark an inferno of flames that soon takes on a life of their own, leaving a path of destruction in their wake. An inferno is exactly what the cast of characters in I Should've Cheated will face when they play with fire.
Braelyn and her fiancé, Kai, have the perfect relationship with the exception of falling short in one area-quality time. Enter a bit of temptation by the name of Sevaughn that Braelyn just can't resist, and her upcoming wedding seems like a phantom memory of the past. She soon finds herself trapped in a web of deception and betrayal, an explosive love triangle that will leave her regretting the day she decided to betray Kai. Things are never fair in love and war, but Braelyn is about to learn the hard truth about trading what she has at home for a sizzling infidelity with her ultimate fantasy...