Forest Through the Trees

The next morning, Sarah runs into Kevin jogging on the beach and she apologizes for revealing too much to him during their date. She also lets him know she is not ready to move on from the past and he admits he is not ready for anything serious, either. The two hug and part ways.

Gran finds Thomas and Mick talking over coffee at the house. Thomas brings up scaling back Mick’s land development. The two agree to have an open and honest conversation about the O’Brien trust.

Breakfast is being served at the inn, where Bree, Jess, Simon and David are all getting to know each other. The four of them start to compete with who can share the saddest love story. In the end, they all agree to raise their glasses and toast to each other.

Mick and Kevin grab some alone time and Mick encourages his son to open up about what happened when he was in war. A tearful Kevin recollects the bombing that killed his best friend. Mick guesses that Sarah must have brought up a lot of painful memories from the war. Mick himself just lost a good friend and tries to give Kevin some comforting words about love and time.

Trace and Abby’s camping trip is winding down and Abby once again wants to know if Trace is ready to make her and her daughters a serious priority, and he tells her to trust him. Later on in the day, the sisters all have a spa day and catch up on each other’s love life. Jess and Bree point out that Abby’s in love and begin to tease her in a joking manner.