She believed a lie and left him. Will she now stay and face the truth?
Dinny gave Grant back his ring and married the man who was accusing him of fraud.
Now widowed, she attends a wedding on Sinclair Island and unexpectedly runs into her ex-fiancé – three decades after he moved away.
Dinny's beloved mare is about to go blind and Grant meets with her to suggest an unorthodox solution for saving the horse's sight. But his girlfriend becomes determined to keep the once engaged couple apart, and extracts a promise from Dinny not to interfere in her relationship with him.
Dinny realizes she's falling in love with Grant again. Problem is, he's a crook and her deceased husband's arch-enemy. And she's given her word to stay away from him.
Grant never stopped loving her, and a nearly fatal incident with a horse gives him the unexpected opportunity to clear his name. When Dinny discovers the real criminal's identity, she is faced with the sordid truth that her marriage was based on a lie.
Can Grant forgive her for believing the wrong man? Can she forgive herself – or her late husband?
Under pressure from Grant, she admits her true feelings, then tells him that she mustn't give into them. Angry and disappointed, he walks out on her.
Soon afterwards, he risks his life to save his girlfriend and Dinny knows she's truly lost him.
Her life will be unbearable without him and she has to get him back.
After twenty-nine years, is it too late for them?