The boys stand to inherit an obscene amount of money, as long as they play by their father's rules. And neither twin likes the game.
Expectations is, above all else, a character study, and that's just my cup of tea. It's an analysis of motive, risk, and how far people will go for love and happiness.
My favorite aspect of the story is how the twins not only decide that they're going to snip the puppet strings their dictatorial father manipulates, but turn their father's machinations back against himself. The ultimate goal isn't to get their hands on piles of money, but to show their father that they are their own people. But expressing themselves isn't something he would understand. So the twins strike where it would hurt the most. The wallet.
Except even the best laid plans always look better on paper than they do in execution. And Chris and Matt must come to terms with their needs, their desires, and the reality of life with a father with a stone heart. And that isn't the easiest thing in the world to do, no matter how righteous your battle is. The story is more than this. The story is the effect all this has on Matt and Chris' lives, their hearts and their own consciences.
Like me and love to get inside the heads of the characters on the pages before you? Liz does a great job of it, and Expectations is just the thing for you!
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