A Family To Belong To
As a child, Kate had been jostled from foster home to foster home, until she came to stay with Aunt Babs on the Isle of Wight. Now a successful television and radio journalist, Kate is returning to the island for Babs' funeral. On the ferry across, Kate runs into her teenage crush, Gideon. Then she'd been a painful 17 and he'd been a married 26, a man very much embarrassed and unsure of how to handle the teenager's attentions. Now she was a woman successful in career and yearning for family; and he was a widower struggling to raise his two very young daughters. Spending only moments with Gideon on the ferry, is enough to tell Kate that she's not over her crush.