While organist Oscar Blundell (Jan Niklas) and actress Elfrida Phipps (Sinead Cusack) move into a common home, Countess Lucinda Rhives (Honor Blackman) has rebuilt her castle, wonderfully situated at the seaside, into a hotel under the direction of Carrie (Lara Joy Korner) and Sam (Jason Durr). Carrie's and Sam's relationship is strained by their being under pressure to succeed. Beside this there was published in Sam's newspaper 'Langmore & Highland Gazette' without his permission an article which accuses the American bestseller author Alexia White (Jacqueline Bisset) of plagiarism. Alexia threatens to go to court which could be the ruin of Sam. In this tense situation Carrie finds out that she is pregnant. To take some of the strain off her Sam employs against her wishes the hotel manager Leo Berger (Bjoern Casapietra). But Carrie is afraid to be gotten rid of. She fights for Sam, her job and - when she is stopped violently by a breakdown - above all for her child.
Romance Novelist Rosamund Pilcher has been writing muliti award winning novels for over 50 years such as Coming Home, Winter Solstice and The Shellseekers. The Pilcher Collection Nancherow, Summer Solstice, September and The Shellseekers brings together some of the finest actors together to tell these Romantic Stories
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