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Lisa Rinna (who was playing Billie Reed on Days of Our Lives at the time of this filming) is magic as the tragic Marielle, who is married unhappily to a real jerk (played deliciously by George Hamilton). Too bad that no sparks fly onscreen between Rinna and a miscast Robert Hays (who portrays the detective Marielle falls for). Speaking of Robert Hays, it's so weird to see him in such a quiet, dull role. I kept expecting him to turn into Ted Striker! Anyway, one of the better Danielle Steel films, and it's also worth checking out for the beautiful Canadian locales.
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