A former FBI profiler, now a sheriff of a small town and a single parent of a high school aged daughter, begins to profile a series of unexplained murders only to learn that the monster he's profiling may be himself.
Shawn Holloway has a miserable life since she was eleven, when her father left her mother and she stayed alone with her problematic mother. Presently she is graduated, works in a bank and ... See full summary »
A teacher gives "parental advice" to her student's widowed mom. An angel transforms her into this mom - having to face her problems . The angel also arranges for a handsome widower to move in next door.
John Kent Harrison
This is a cute movie. It's just like a typical Harlequin romance novel: it's escapism at its best. The cast is played perfectly by all. They meet, they have sex, they fall in love in a miraculously short time, something bad happens, but by the end everything turns out roses for everyone. I mean, it's on Lifetime- it's not meant to be award winning and career altering for the actors. They're all already successful, this is just something on the side. As for the movie, it was good. It followed the characters through natural behaviors and made me laugh, cry, and feel romantic. It actually had a more realistic timeline than most HQ books-this mini movie spanned over a year whereas most romance novels take place over a weekend! Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed but I never give all tens. Simon really was a malicious person and he shouldn't have ended up happy.
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