Following a break-up with her unfaithful fiancé, a young college professor agrees to live at her sister's and watch over the home and her 17 year old niece. Unbeknownst to her, a gorgeous ...
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Following a break-up with her unfaithful fiancé, a young college professor agrees to live at her sister's and watch over the home and her 17 year old niece. Unbeknownst to her, a gorgeous tenant, who is friendly to her young niece, is living in the guest house. But things aren't that simple as this mysterious stranger turns out to have a troubled past with dangerous consequences..
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Pretty professor (Jessica Morris) stays in her absent sister's house to babysit her teenage niece. But there is a charming artist renting a room there who happens to be set up by her ex. From the title you can tell he's a bit more than anyone bargained for.
There are not too many surprises here - but it's mindlessly diverting to watch things unfold. Strange cameo by Eric Roberts - what happened to his teeth? If you need a trashy Lifetime thriller - it's okay.
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