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‘Beacon Hill’ Series Review – Regrets

“Beacon Hill” star Sarah Brown (Katherine). Photo courtesy Bella Productions

In last week’s episode of Beacon Hill, Sara and Katherine finally came face to face. This week their confrontation continued.

It’s always hard when a relationship ends and it’s always more complicated if you have no idea what really happened. For Katherine, not knowing is painful. After she had told Sara about Senator Preston’s job offer, their relationship was done. There were no goodbyes or explanations. “I still remember the night that you left because even after all this time I don’t understand. I don’t understand why you didn’t stay and fight for us.”

It’s clear that Sara left because of her grandfather. She says he always tried to control them and that she had always fought so hard against him. Was losing Katherine worth it to get out from under his control? Why would Sara break Katherine’s heart like that?

If Sara’s goal was to stop Katherine from working for Senator Preston, her plan backfired. If she had stayed it’s possible that they could have worked something out. Leaving Katherine only pushed her towards the campaign more. “Your grandfather offered me the opportunity of a lifetime and after you left why wouldn’t I join his campaign?” Katherine tells Sara.

It feels as though there is some family secret that Sara isn’t telling Katherine about. Sara seems very concerned as to whether Katherine will take the Senate seat if she’s offered it. She’s convince that her grandfather is still controlling everything.

While nobody likes a controlling relative, Sara’s behavior seems a bit extreme. What does her grandfather really have planned? Maybe the answer to that question is in Paris.

Where You Can Watch

Beacon Hill can be watched on their website www.beaconhilltheseries.com. The series is available by subscribing only at the reasonable price of $9.99. Watch the series and hit the comments to share your thoughts!

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Jenn Bishop

Jenn Bishop is TVSource Magazine's Soap Editor. She's a thirty-something fan girl of soapy television and anything involving Joss Whedon. She began sharing her views on daytime soaps in 2012 with her blog Save Our Suds. A former philosophy major, she loves discussing different view points with fellow TV addicts and aficionados. When not watching television, she enjoys art, live music, exploring the Midwest food scene, and drinking too many lattes. Follow her on Twitter at @SourceJenn.