William and Donna finally get to meet in New Zealand. From the first there is a strong feeling between them, and William goes as far as to think this is the woman he is going to marry. Sylvia is now a forgotten affair, and William admits that he didn’t really love her as he should have, and Donna’s fling with Leo started and ended on the first day. Now that they have met, I don’t think they are going to have it easy. One of their obstacles will clearly be William’s mother, Vivienne, who won’t approve of her only son falling in love with a daughter who is not their class.