William and Emma Sinclair have settled into life at Moorend Farm and live happily with their growing family, believing they have left the shame of their past behind. William is determined to prove his success to his embittered mother.
When Emma takes the children to visit 'Grandmother Sinclair', they do not receive a warm welcome. She sows seeds of doubt in Jamie's mind, telling him he is not a Sinclair. Her animosity stems from a secret in her own past, which affects the happiness of her eldest daughter, Maggie, who is on the threshold of discovering it is never too late to experience the tenderness of love.
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