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Phillip Lauder is an attractive, successful billionaire software developer. While at an industry conference, he meets Allison Conner, who he develops a strong attraction to. Allison is intrigued by Phillip and soon they fall in love. Allison is unsure of the whirlwind romance, but continues to see Phillip. Meeting Phillip for a lunch date, Allison soon discovers that Phillip has left. Hurt and disappointed Allison starts to leave only to see Phillip returning, he proposes and Allison accepts. Upon arrival at Phillip's mansion, Allison is reassured that it is now her home. As Phillip introduces Allison to his sister, Tonya, Allison notices the possessiveness his sister has over both the mansion and her brother. Before leaving for work, Phillip asks Allison to always trust him, and to remember she is a target. When the security chief briefs Allison on the security measures, it is then Allison learns how Phillip's wife died, she was kidnapped, and though ransom demands were met, she was ... Written by
I saw this on Lifetime television, this was actually pretty good! Sarah Lancaster (wow, is she hot or what?), plays Allison, a simple girl who gets swept off her feet by the very rich Phillip Lauder. The more she finds out about him, the less perfect he seems.
Sarah was really good here, the scene of her in that little cap giving candy to Phillips chief security guy just had me at hello. I thought this was a good love story, cause they fell so quick and got married and then it seemed like nothing was for real. The plot twits keep you guessing, but not in the dark, and they actually remember things about their characters! Wow, somebody actually cared about making a good movie! The bad guys are cool, note Morgan Kelly, from TV's Falcon Beach, as the young thug.
While this seems obvious at times, it all makes sense in the final reel and Lancaster is just so nice to look it. Worth your time for a fun evening mystery.
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