It could have been said that Louise and Andrew had their future laid out in front of them, problems from the past clearly behind them. Or are they?
From the onset, Andrew seems to be suffering from some form of amnesia, he finds the recent past very difficult to recall.
Even when in court he encounters problems remembering the simplest of details.
As time moves on he wonders if he is trying to block out some painful parts of the recent past, or is it just a matter of coming to terms with the present.
Unknown to Andrew people have been scheming behind his back, plotting the most dastardly of deeds, the intervention of some old friends make Andrew start to think for himself again.
It is left to Andrew and his two sons, William and Peter to bring matters to a conclusion along with the assistance of some other very special people.