Take a chance on love

Analine and Paul con­front their feelings for each other and start a se­cret af­fair.

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A lot’s at stake when the cou­ple get loved up. Mon-Wed SABC3 (*193) 19:30

Analine and Paul (Rolanda Marais and Justin Stry­dom) seem meant for each other, but cir­cum­stances have kept them apart – like Paul go­ing to prison for 20 years and Analine mar­ry­ing his de­vi­ous brother David (Antony Cole­man) in­stead. Since Paul’s re­lease from prison in 2014, it’s been a wild roller­coaster ride for the two, but now their love is head­ing to the next level – an af­fair.

LOVE LET­TERS

On Wed­nes­day 8 June, while ren­o­vat­ing the house that Paul had bought for him and Analine years ago, Paul’s cur­rent girl­friend Busi (Jo-Anne Reyneke) stum­bles upon the love let­ters he wrote to Analine while in prison. Jo-Anne says that Busi is taken by sur­prise, “es­pe­cially be­cause she thought that she and Paul were re­ally giv­ing their re­la­tion­ship a chance. To read how he feels about an­other woman makes her sick to her stom­ach”.

Later that day, af­ter Busi gives Paul an icy good­bye, Analine ar­rives at the house to help Paul with dec­o­rat­ing tips but their rem­i­nisc­ing about the past leads to a kiss, which then leads to the bed­room. Justin says that his char­ac­ter is fi­nally em­brac­ing his love for Analine and “the joy that he feels when he’s in­ti­mate with her out­weighs his guilt over her be­ing mar­ried to his brother and his re­li­gious be­liefs of not com­mit­ting adul­tery. But Paul is a good man and the guilt will resur­face as soon as the eu­pho­ria dies down”.

CAUGHT IN THE ACT

Af­ter years of deny­ing their love, Paul and Analine de­cide that they want to be to­gether. Wed­nes­day 15 June sees Paul try­ing to break up with Busi but she mis­un­der­stands what he’s say­ing and thinks that he in­tends on propos­ing to her. Later that day, Busi decides to sur­prise Paul at the house but finds Paul and Analine sleep­ing in bed. “She’s hurt and con­fused when she sees them,” re­veals Jo-Anne.

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