Having the house all to themselves over the last few weeks had been wonderful. They had spent most of it in bed but it was now time to get back to reality and work. Paris was lying on the bed when Spencer stated, "You understand why I have to go, right?"
"You haven't heard from Mathew since Estevan came back and now you need to see for yourself if he is ok. Have I missed anything?"
Spencer looked at Paris lovingly and replied, "I know you think I'm being over protective but he is my son. I wish you would understand?"
Paris got up and raising her voice replied, "I want to understand but you don't want any more kids."
"It's not that I wouldn't want another child but Mathew is grown up, how would I tell him, hay son you're going to be a big brother."
Spencer hated arguing and put his arms around Paris and calmly said, "I am ok with being a Dad again I just worry what Mathew will say but I will talk to him. He'll properly say go ahead. I just don't want him to think I'm replacing him."
Paris turned around and stated, "Matt is not that brat of a teenager any more. I'm sure being away from you he is discovering who he is and other than the fight he got into I'm sure he is having fun."
"He'd better not be having too much after all when I did that is how Mathew came along."
"I know but you have to remember he is not you, he will make his own mistakes and you have to trust that it will all work out in the end. You should just wait till he rings or emails you as he is an adult now."
"You could come and see Mathew."
"Unfortunately I have to go back to work and unlike your boss, mine isn't that understanding. I'll see you in a few days and go easy on him, ok."
Looking at her dead lover asked, "David, what have we done."
"We did nothing wrong. I fell in love with you and I should have left my wife but I couldn't leave her and you know why. The biggest regret I have is I wasn't there for Estevan."
Daphne was trying to stay focused, "This is tearing Estevan apart because he is keeping your secret. I should have told him the truth from the start."
"We did what we thought was best. You know what my wife was like she blackmailed me and that's why I had to stay but in the end it cost me everything. You should never have stayed away from Estevan..."
Daphne interrupted him, "I know I should have stayed but he thought badly of me..." David shouted at her, "because you never trusted his judgement when it came to Holly."
"I didn't like her. My son deserved better than her."
"He picked well. Holly was a wonderful woman. You should have gotten to know her. Instead you pushed our son away."
David calmly said, "She was a nice person once but she changed after..." He started fading away and shouted, "See you tomorrow."
Heather had her suspicions of Estevan's mum coming back and after dropping Art at home decided to go looking for Daphne and she saw her talking to a ghost and decided while Estevan was getting grilled, she would confront his mother.
"Estevan's father but please don't tell him." Heather saw from where she was standing the gravestone he had returned too and quickly read the inscription and was starting to panic, "No you have it wrong..."
Daphne suddenly realised what she saw and calmly said, "Heather take a deep breathe and sit down. You mustn't say anything..." Heather was trying to get her head around this. "William can read my mind so he will know soon."
"Please block William for now." Heather got up and started to walk away but Daphne caught up to her. "I know this is a lot to take in but Estevan should be the one to say not you."
Heather then said, "Estevan is being pressured into telling right now and now I know I could stop this."
"Look I agree with you but do you have any idea what the consequences would be if Estevan wasn't honest."
Heather was still in shock, "I can't believe it and to think he didn't say anything." Then Heather started to mumble. Daphne yelled, "Heather snap out of the shock are they at the house?"
"In the dining room questioning Estevan with Blair threatening to ask Harmony about the secret." Daphne headed for the house because she knew things were about to get a lot worse.