On the run from Chinese authorities who executed her husband for his human rights activism, Mei Lin Wang is a massage therapist on board Alexandra's Dream. She's also concealing her baby son below deck, hoping to get him safely to Paris. Lin attracts the attention of Gideon Dayan, the chief of security. A Mossad officer on leave while he recuperates from injuries sustained in the bombing that killed his lover, Gideon doesn't share Lin's view of the world, and they both know their affair can't last. That doesn't stop them from falling in love. Dorien Kelly's characters are fascinating, and the push/pull of their attraction/conflict works beautifully in Below Deck (4). The plot is deceptively simple; there's a lot more at stake than what's readily apparent.