After being wrongfully convicted of her father's murder and subsequently spending six years in prison, Bianca Foster (Williams) returns home to a new set of family problems. Determined to ... See full summary »
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After being wrongfully convicted of her father's murder and subsequently spending six years in prison, Bianca Foster (Williams) returns home to a new set of family problems. Determined to help, she takes a job at a resort, only to become romantically involved with business's engaged heir (Hutchinson). Written by
Please Keep "Monarch Cove" on Lifetime...It's Great!
I feel Monarch Cove was one of the best written and acted out "Drama" Series to come on any Network in a long time. This show had great potential and I couldn't wait to view it each week. This could be developed into a great Primetime Soap. People look forward to this type of acting as we are being "Reality TV" overkilled. I long for the type of writing and acting that shows like Dallas, Knots' Landing, Dynasty, MelRose Place, etc. provided. Monarch Cove updated this concept quite well and I anticipated it only getting better. There's so much to expand on with these characters and they were all very interesting and captivating in their own right. It would be a loss to not explore this and develop these characters after having drawn and hooked us into their world. I absolutely loved this show because it was mysterious, interesting and sensuous without going overboard or offending. Loved It.
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