With the next betting scam imminent, Janet is up against the clock to bring mastermind Darren Faulkes to justice before another innocent victim is corrupted. But Faulkes has ensured nothing links him to the gambling syndicate, so the only option is to use someone inside his circle to expose him. Richard is enlisted to go undercover and win his trust - ironically earning it via the action of which he is most ashamed: his tryst with Lucy Baldwin. For Richard, this is the road to redemption, but it's paved with danger and regret. Janet's father, Graham King, now bankrupt and his company in receivership, wants to represent himself in court. He's accused of issuing a fraudulent prospectus claiming Pax Car Rentals was 'successful', despite financial losses for the past two years. As Janet and Tony help him prepare his case, legal debate on what defines 'success' forces Janet to confront her father over his affection always being conditional on her success, and ask for an apology for ...