Drew’s review published on Letterboxd:
Sometimes, nothing will do but Lifetime.
In terms of plot, this follows the Lifetime template to a T (woman with troubled past meets handsome stranger who isn't what he seems) but it goes a skosh harder in its execution. Still corny and paint-by-numbers but there were a couple of scenes that bordered on having tension. Shannen Doherty isn't exactly a great thespian but she can do "steely and determined" fairly well. This film also contains the following dialogue:
"You son of a bitch! You had the nerve to buy that tramp a condominium with half of my money!"
Need I say more?