The secret affair which is raging between Belle Dingle and married vet Jamie Tate is found out by the worst person possible…
Belle Dingle (Eden Taylor Draper) wants to cut ties with her married secret lover Jamie Tate (Alex Lincoln) and meets him to tell him to work on his marriage and forget about her.
But she learns to her cost that it's impossible to just shut down your feelings.
Later, as she sneaks away to meet with Jamie, the couple are soon in each other's arms again and declaring their love!
As they start kissing, they're blissfully unaware that Jamie's wife Andrea (Anna Nightingale) is watching from behind a tree and has seen and heard EVERYTHING.
DI Malone (Mark Womack) makes waves all round the village. His first stop is to Cain (Jeff Hordley), Will (Dean Andrews) and Billy Chapman (Jay Kontzle) who are being blackmailed into doing his dodgy bidding.
The mechanics are far from impressed when he outlines their next task…
Harriet (Katherine Dow Blyton) is the next to have an encounter with the bent copper. As the vicar questions Malone about the gun Will had, old desires surface…
Will's daughter Dawn (Olivia Bromley) has chilled out a bit and there's a thaw when she meets up with her boyfriend Billy. But Dawn's nowhere near ready to forgive her dad for bringing a gun into the house.
Still unhappy about the romance which is blossoming between Liam (Jonny McPherson) and Leyla (Roxy Shahidi), teenager Leanna, Liam's daughter, meddles. Will her antics split the pair?
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