Nicole Johnson is a well-respected criminology professor. When one of her students is accused of the brutal slaying of her roommate, Nicole is the only person who believes she is innocent and begins to investigate the murder.
A mother protects her stepdaughter after the teenager witnesses the murder of her best friend, but is soon forced to come to grips with the terrifying possibility that her stepdaughter may be the real killer.
A successful businesswoman is relieved to move on from her obsessive ex when she meets a handsome oil heir. However, romance gives way to suspicion when she discovers someone is watching her every move.
This is a story you can enjoy with your whole family. And though it touches on truly, challenging topics (death, health care hardships, financial unfairness) it does so respectfully and in a family friendly manner.
Walter, John Heard's character, is infinitely likable! As are the majority of the other characters. The laughs are mostly comfortable and at times a much needed release from a difficult situation.
A true joy, Stealing Roses is a film about love, moments, and adventure told in a refreshingly relatable way. I loved it!
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