Who murdered the bride?
THE HAPPINESS OF Amy AND Ryan’s WEDDING IS REPLACED BY GRIEF WHEN AMY IS MYSTERIOUSLY KILLED JUST DAYS LATER!
Content to leave her relationship with Ryan in the past now that they’ve broken their engagement and he’s left town, Amy strives to forge a new life for herself and her children. However, her efforts are dampened when the flowers and guest confirmations for the wedding turn up at the house. She thought she had cancelled everything but much to Amy’s shock, the plans are all Ryan’s doing. He wants the wedding to go ahead.
Thunderstruck to see Ryan (Duncan James) on her doorstep, Amy (Ashley Slanina-Davies) reluctantly allows him to explain his reasons for cheating on her and when he proposes again on bended knee, she emotionally agrees to marry him. Witnessing the scene, Ste (Kieron Richardson) is irritated, having done his best to keep Ryan away from Amy and the children that Amy and Ste share.
The wedding day finally dawns but Amy is overcome with indecision upon learning of Ryan’s plans for the two of them and the kids to leave town after the ceremony. She’s hesitant as the move will deny Ste all access to Leah (Ela-May Demircan) and Lucas (William Hall). Despite finally walking up the aisle and marrying Ryan, Amy remains torn over her impending departure as tension brews and threatens to explode. Ste quickly pleads his case during a hastily arranged custody hearing but is devastated when Amy and Ryan are awarded custody of the kids.
Fatefully, just days after the wedding, Amy is confronted by an unknown assailant about the
situation while preparing to leave for America. There’s an altercation and Amy is killed!
Soon after, Ryan and Amy’s father Mike (Tony Hirst) discover Amy’s lifeless body and are devastated as they try to fathom how and why it happened and who killed her.
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Amy (Ashley Slalina-Davies) and Ryan (Duncan James) finally marry after he begs her to reconsider. But their happiness is short lived.