Lea Nguyen has come a long way to confront her biological father. When she finally comes face-to-face with him, things are not what she expected them to be. To make matters worse, Lea is determined not to let either her father, or his handsome employee Michael, find out that she is the stalker who has been threatening one of their clients. As Michael and Lea struggle with their passion for one another, Michael also wrestles with his conscience over sleeping with the boss' daughter. Sheri Whitefeather overlooks what could be a strong emotional plot and focuses more on a physical relationship. That, and the somewhat stilted dialogue, makes Steamy Savannah Nights (3) feel a bit underdeveloped.
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Angela Keck