Staff Nurse Anne Westlake emphatically did not want to be a socialite, and carefully avoided mentioning her background to hospital staff. About to begin a course on neurology, it seemed she couldn't help also getting involved with neurological registrar, Grant Ryder.
But Grant fostered, and only sheer determination had achieved success for him. As their disparate backgrounds became apparent, Anne realized that Grant saw their social divide as a real problem. How could she convince him otherwise?