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.
Brad Sterling arrives by yacht as a handsome dream prince, and the discrete favorite nephew and brilliant investor of his tycoon uncle Wade. Charles Colton's ingrate heiress Laura eagerly dates him and puts him in the guest-house, partially as spiteful as alliterative to workaholic tycoon pa's preferred son-in-law Jonathan Lawson, son of tycoon Richard. People who warn fickle Laura get irate reactions, best friend Ava even dies in a suspicious hit and run, yet Laura also turns on either suitor in turn, oblivious to serious indications of manipulation.Written by
When Brad finds Laura in the bathroom, you can see that he notices her hiding from a mirror on the vanity. When she comes out and he grabs her, the mirror on the vanity is gone. See more »
[Laura pointing gun behind him]
You're supposed to be on a plane.
Step away from the safe!
[stands up; turns to look sideways at her]
You even know how to use that thing?
Do you wanna find out?
Easy, now. We don't want anyone getting hurt.
Let me ask you something. What has your father ever done for you?
What the hell does this have to do with my father?
Oh, come on. I've seen the way he treats you and Tia. And Catherine. Please. She's a prop. Something to make him look good ...
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If you like to have the TV running in the background while you are doing stuff around the house, then this movie would be fine for that. Every character is a cariciature, the plot is one cliché after another & the script is woeful- soap opera woeful. I do have to defend the lead actors butt! It's a sad day when a woman as slender as that is described as having a big butt. Honestly, there are probably better shows you could use as background noise; the script becomes really irritating at times. The only reason I even got to 'see' most of this movie is because I was working on the computer, it was true background noise & so was somewhat tuned out. Speaking as a middle aged woman, it is offensive to suggest that 'we' would enjoy such tripe. I'd have to be lobotomised first.
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