Renee Wilson is trying to hide from an ex-boyfriend, the father of her unborn child. She left him when she learned he was already married and never told him about the baby. Sheldon Blackstone wants to retire from running his family horse farm and spend his last years relaxing—until he meets Renee. Surprisingly, the talented Rochelle Alers' Beyond Business (2) misses the mark, leaving many unanswered questions. It's never explained why Renee suddenly and without reason develops an overwhelmingly paranoid fear of her ex and doesn't tell him about the baby. Her willingness to run from her problems and immediately jump into another relationship are difficult to understand and empathize with. Stilted dialogue is another problem the story fails to overcome.
Reviewed by: 
Angela Keck