As a favor to her elderly friend Maury, teacher Meg Kendall agrees to show his nephew, Joe Rossi, around Tampa. Then things get weird: Maury claims he's in trouble with the mob and orders them out of town until it's safe. Wondering if Maury's delusional, Meg and Joe get better acquainted, although she's on the rebound and he's got a construction job—and a girlfriend—back home. It can't work…can it? Cheryl Anne Porter's Blind Date (3) has lots of sexual tension and humor, but it's hard to imagine anyone falling in love in this situation.
Reviewed by: 
Catherine Witmer