The choice is steep: Stay on the ledge and steal Van’s painting or take the leap and sacrifice her sister. It’s another decision in a long line that she’s had to make in her life, and though it’s easy to make, it’s impossible to execute.
Jade won’t let Cory go until she gets what she wants, but the price for Cory is high. It’s never been hard to steal, to lie, but Van changed all the rules. It was the last thing she wanted to do to him. But as much as that choice is agony, there’s really only one to make.
Betrayal and pain. Love and loss. Decisions and consequences. The edge Cory walks is razor sharp and sky high, but she can’t look down. Not until she makes it to the other side.
What will Cory do when the choices are: Steal Van’s painting or sacrifice her sister.
Jade isn’t going to let Cory not help with this job. Jade sees $$ and she doesn’t trust that Cory wouldn’t double cross her so she feels Cory must be involved in stealing Van’s painting. When Cory says no way I am not doing this, Jade threatens Jill’s life. Since Van has entered the picture, things are changing and Cory is finding it impossible to lie and steal when it use to be second nature. This is the last thing she wans but she must do what she must do.