vtuggle: It is almost the same story except with a grandmother and some paintings instead of a father and child support. Lots of anger, forced kissing, inexplicable shouting, and long, longing looks.
For its time period, it is not awful.
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Laine Simmons travels to Hawaii for a reconciliation with her long-estranged father. She barely remembers and encounters the suspicious Dillon O'Brian, her father's disarmingly handsome young business partner, to oppose her. But he would not believe her. Dillion is convinced that Laine is responsible for the family misunderstanding. He is sure that Laine is only after her father's money. Now Laine must fight her growning attraction for this stern, loyal man. No matter how much she craves it, she knows that she can never find love with a man who mistrusts her.
Laine Simmons had traveled to Hawaii to reconcile with her long-estranged father -- only to be accused by his handsome young business partner of having ulterior motives. How dare Dillon O'Brian interfere in her family affairs . . . and have the nerve to set her heart aflame whenever he came near?
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