The week doesn’t start off too badly as Harriet Finch convinces Dawn to go on a date with a smitten Ryan.
Former prostitute Dawn agrees but she’s horrified to be hassled by one of her old punters – Leon – while they’re out together. A jealous Ryan – played by James Moore – confronts Leon and he’s left surprised but pleased when a grateful Dawn thanks him with a kiss.
But the situation takes a shocking turn as Ryan seriously misreads the situation and offers Dawn money to sleep with him. How does Dawn react?
Later, a vengeful Leon stalks Dawn and turns up at her house.
Harriet is left in awe as Dawn stands up to Leon and kicks him out.
Dawn and Harriet then head over to the Woolpack where a saddened Ryan is sat having a drink with an old friend called Gail who’s turned up.
After a few drinks, Gail tries to kiss Ryan just as Dawn walks in and gets the wrong end of the stick.
And – as Charity Dingle continues to meddle in her son’s love life – is Dawn and Ryan’s relationship over before it’s even begun?
Dawn – played by telly newcomer Olivia Bromley – has won Emmerdale fans over with her portrayal of troubled recovering drug addict Dawn.
Viewers were left horrified recently when an abrupt social worker told Dawn she’d never see her young son again as the process of his foster parents adopting him had begun.
Viewers were outraged at how the social worker refused until the very end to tell Dawn she had the right to fight the adoption and get her son back.
Only when Dawn insisted she would fight did the social worker reveal she had a legal right to appeal in court.
One angry viewer tweeted: "Social worker being portrayed as an unemotional, unsympathetic robot #Emmerdale"
Another added: "Not the most caring social worker. It's no wonder people think they're only there to judge and steal children. It's inaccurate.".
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