But I was surprised. The story is far less angst than expected, Elisa is a very nice character, but actually there is not a real cheating on her. I can't say more since the story is 16 pages long, and so it's easy to give it out with too much details. Let me only say that, if you have my same problems with cheating men or menages, in this story you wouldn't find any of it.
Max and Elisa are friends; they are not actually engaged, but it seems only a question of time. In this moment Elisa is following the last details of a party in Max's house and everyone is expecting that they will announce the date. While Elisa is supervising the main floor, Max is in the wine cellar, screwing Ryan, a fellow officer and long date lover.
The story is pretty original, with Elisa's monologue that give us all the details of the three characters' life and counterpoint Max and Ryan's sexual intercourse. The three characters are at three different level of awareness: Max has just reached a decision, Elisa will reach that during the tale, and Ryan is still at the starting point; and so, even if Elisa is not the odd woman out of the couple, she has a strong voice, and she is somewhat more interesting than Ryan.