While lunching in a Sydney café, Sharni can't believe her eyes—a man that's a dead ringer for her deceased husband, Ray, walks through the door. Everything about him, from his face to the way he walks to the way he moves his bangs out of his eyes, screams Ray. Is this man Ray's twin, separated at birth? Determined to get facts, Sharni approaches him. Although he denies her assumptions, the mystery man, Adrian, takes an interest in her and asks her on a date. Can Sharni, who hasbeen alone since the untimely demise of her husband five years ago, open up her heart to this mysterious and dashing stranger?
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It is normal to be interested in someone who looks like your husband, it's ultimately not normal to continue pursuing this guy even after knowing he's actually your brother-in-law. Karan Dan had still done well retelling the story in a way it's almost acceptable, but the story is still a major turn-off. Such a disappointment for Miranda Lee. Still, Karan deserves an applause, so three stars at least for her.
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