Should a tragic accident or an innocent mistake be severely punished? And if so, on what criteria should guilt be judged and indeed, who should administer the punishment? Natasha Korsunova is a young, beautiful and smart woman full of love, understanding and respect. Her father is a respected doctor, who has delivered many babies into this world. One day, however, he fails to save a mother and her baby during childbirth, and mad with grief, husband and father Aleksandr Maltev blames Natasha's father for their deaths. A year or so passes, and the lives of our heroes have not changed significantly. One morning, while out jogging, Natasha meets a mysterious young man who, unbeknown to her, is Aleksandr. Aleksandr immediately captures her heart. There is something different about him, and she soon falls in love. But when she introduces her new friend to her father, Aleksandr suddenly disappears from her life. Was Aleksandr's acquaintance with Natasha part of his plan for revenge? Or did ...