Handsome silver spoon Texan Trevor Forrest can't always control his tendencies to flirt and gamble, even on honeymoon cruise to Tahiti with Lindsey Ross Forrest, which may compromise their business ambitions. The ship captain asks FBI agent Gwen Merced, on cruise, to investigate discretely when Trevor goes missing, probably fallen or pushed overboard as blood traces are found. It's unclear whether the Hungarian business trio Luka, Max and Ben are innocent flirtatious gamblers like Trevor or criminals, but others have hidden agendas too.Written by
Why on Earth do they keep putting the FBI agent in the same halter top get up just in different colors and patterns?? Is this all that a female FBI agent owns for vacation wear? Probably not. Just like how the captain wouldn't forget ahead in an "Oscar Oscar Oscar" situation (morse code/maritime term for man overboard). Protocol is to stop, search and immediately turn around. Passengers are informed of change of itinerary. But, lifetime didn't get the message.
They blame the missing persons on some annoying Europeans and then the euro trash blames the wife. Then the FBI agent shows up in a little black dress and heels at the crime scene during daylight, because duh, that's what we all wear on a cruise during daylight.
Another peeve: the couple was together for "three years" yet later there is the scene where the wife says, "is this how it's gonna be the rest of our lives?" As he chugs vodka outta the bottle: this is surprising her? The main characters suck just as bad as the Hungarian scapegoats.
It has it's moments if you're not hung up on the details like me. If you like dinner murder mysteries from your local town's community theater, you'll love this.
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