Perhaps the relationship may take us to a different and unexpected end when further developments emerge. The events of that series begin with the dangerous relationship that developed between Professor Leah and Rose. Perhaps there may be a nature relationship between the two but there is a series of events that may appear and change the course of things. In the end, things escalate between the two, leading to serious consequences that both of them have recently discovered.
There isn't much out-and-out action, but it has a palpable feeling that writer Gaby Hull is carefully moving pieces into place for a big climax - just enough manoeuvring to make me curious about episode two.
Every exchange between them, thereafter, torques the relationship and gives Windsor a chance to rise, in pitch-perfect increments, to the occasion of creating a chilling character of utterly believably threatening proportions.
Molly Windsor is fantastic as Rose, a confident young woman with a rich father and manipulative tendencies. She is charming, until she decides to turn it off, and she can make you shudder with just one look.