Love continues the tale of Lives Apart, telling the stories of the characters we came to know in Separation and Change.
Joe is moved from one camp to another, in each facing different dangers, although his greatest fear comes in the form of a letter from home, which looks set to change the course of his relationship with his fiancée, Peggy. She, meanwhile, must deal with her growing feelings for Chris, her guilt about Joe and the loss of a very dear friend, while her cousin, Olive, finds hope from a surprising quarter.
In France, Louis is now helping the resistance but finds love in the most unexpected circumstances. His exgirlfriend, Brigitte, abused by her Nazi lover Rolf, wonders whether she made the right choice in leaving Louis and looks for other ways of making the German pay for his actions.
Marcel is desperate to turn back the clock, but knows he must do the right thing; and Pamela, now facing danger at every turn, begins to question her emotions and the meaning of love in war.
With war comes separation, hardship and change, and this is no more felt than in Love, where relationships are tested to the limits.