A television movie based on "A Perfect Stranger," Danielle Steel's novel about an attorney who falls in love with the young wife of a wealthy man who is dying.
A journalist goes undercover to ferret out businessman Harrison Hill as her best friend's killer. Posing as one of his temps, she enters into a game of online cat-and-mouse.
Ten years have passed. Nikki's daughter Sarah, now 19 and heading West for college, is at her own spiritual crossroads. To make matters worse, her mother has recently revealed that, nearly a decade ago, she was the dinner guest of the Almighty himself. Thinking her mom is certifiably insane, Sarah strikes up an unlikely friendship with a travel companion who shares her disdain for religion.
In this third and final chapter of the 'Perfect Stranger Trilogy', Nikki Cominskey, now in her 40's and no longer a high-powered attorney, finds that the spiritual life she signed on for is not all it was cracked up to be - leading to a second, and defining, encounter with the Son of Man.
An uptight professional meets his lower-class biological parents for the first time.
When a man and a woman swap jobs and cities temporarily, they face many problems large and small, but their phone calls develop into romance.
Pin Anong is the daughter of Ounreuan, the housemaid of Khun Nai Kongsook at the Phaisaan's Farm and Resort. Ounreuan was an orphan who became grateful of Khun Nai's family for raising her and providing her with a shelter and education. Ounreuan taught her daughter to be grateful of Khun Nai also because Khun Nai supported Pin's education until she received her bachelor degree. At the farm Khun Nai was known as the evil witch who mistreated Ounreuan and Pin Anong and exploited the workers at the farm by refusing to pay them wages.