A chef moves to a small town in Wyoming after her Boston restaurant is shut down because of a fatal shooting.


Ralph Hemecker


Janet Brownell (teleplay), Nora Roberts (novel)





Cast overview, first billed only:
Heather Locklear ... Reese Gilmore
Johnathon Schaech ... Brody
Gary Hudson ... Rick Marsden
Derek Hamilton ... Lo
Linda Darlow ... Joanie
Lisa Marie Caruk ... Linda Gail
Len Crowther Len Crowther ... Doc
Pete Seadon ... Mac Drubber
Robert White Robert White ... Lynt
Christy Greene Christy Greene ... Ginny
Jemma Blackwell Jemma Blackwell ... Debbie Marsden
Tamara Werden Tamara Werden ... Woman in Orange Hat
Guillermo Ura Guillermo Ura ... Serge
Chezlene Kocian Chezlene Kocian ... Marlie
Lori Ravensborg ... Jeweler


Running out of transportation - and financial means, when her car breaks down in a Rockies town, former Boston chef Reese Gilmore accepts a diner cook's job at least until she can afford the spare parts which may takes weeks to arrive anyway. She resist the owner's womanizing son, handsome romantic ranch-hand Lohario 'Lo', but gets on kissing terms with grumpy recluse author and former city reporter Brody. She needs help to and after reporting to sheriff Rick Marsden she vaguely saw an apparent murder. No woman's corps is found, and her own psychiatric past is revealed. Written by KGF Vissers

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Based on the novel by best selling author Nora Roberts


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yet another Crest commercial
29 June 2007 | by nomad472002See all my reviews

where the faces are different, but the underlying message is still the same. This is a brand-new movie, and yet I've seen it a thousand times before.

The last fifteen minutes of it are as predictable as a sunrise, right from the opening credits.

Can the Hollywood producers not come up with a different idea, a new ending for their so called "thriller"s? Do they still believe that this type of ending has any thrill at all, when it's been done so many times? I'm not familiar with Nora Roberts as a writer, but this looks like it could well have been written by Mary Higgins Clark, or by me, for that matter.

I wouldn't rate this higher than 4 on the Richter scale.

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29 January 2007 (USA) See more »

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Canmore, Alberta, Canada

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