Scarlett keeps her daughter's birth a secret from Rhett to spite him, thinking that if Cat grows up not knowing her father she will, unlike Bonnie, not love him. The day that Rhett finally does meet his daughter, he will realize that she does not love him or even know him, thus giving Scarlett her revenge. Anne Hampton-Butler also travels to Ireland with Rhett and has a lengthy conversation with Scarlett, but soon dies from yellow fever. Meanwhile, Lord Fenton, one of the wealthiest men in Europe, pursues Scarlett, wanting to marry her. One night, Fenton assaults his servant Mary who kills him in retaliation, but Scarlett is accused. When Scarlett is put on trial, Rhett comes to her defense, after having learned about his daughter Katie. It is also discovered that Colm was killed by Lord Fenton when Colm wanted Fenton to support Mary who was pregnant with Fenton's child. Mary attempts suicide by drowning herself in the river, but is saved by Rhett. At the trial, Mary is still reluctant to confess that she killed Fenton, but does so after Scarlett is found guilty of murder.- Written by Larry B.
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