She believes no one man can posses all five of her most coveted qualities.
She works as a recovery specialist for a glorified corporate collection agency that specializes in the "million dollar debtor".
Hailey's methods are scandalous, but gets the job done.Soon Hailey meets Christopher, her next mark, who has sworn off women and has no interest in her. I love watching a good, romantic and a tear-drop movie.Parker (Keshia Knight Pulliam), an established entertainment columnist, and her ...See full summary » Rose Ricard has a gift, she can see into your soul. A top-notch career, killer wardrobe, dream apartment, and great friends - she thinks the only thing missing is a man. See full summary » My Favorite Five is a romantic comedy with hilarious twists and turns.As the five falls from the flock one by one, Hailey has to cross lines to get the one man who has it all. I was born on a small-city island and having a scene with the water and sunset, just took me back.
I remembered those days growing up and taking a companion out on the shores just to watch the sunset and appreciate the time we shared. It was great to see that each character was able to be flexible with their emotions in every aspect of their relationships.
On Monday, ABC Family launches "Lincoln Heights," a one-hour dramatic series about an African American cop and his family.
While the story lines of the first two episodes may be somewhat predictable, and the show seems to be too much an hourlong public service message at times, the characters are appealing, three-dimensional and credibly realistic, as much as, say, "Seventh Heaven's" Rev. In fact, despite the jerky camera work, a la "Homicide," "Lincoln Heights" bears a strong and favorable resemblance to Aaron Spelling's Rockwell-esque ratings winner.
There's a strong father figure in cop Eddie Sutton (Russell Hornsby); a supportive and eternally wise mom, Jen (Nicki Micheaux); an attractive older daughter named Cassie (Erica Hubbard), on the edge of womanhood; a tomboy middle child, Lizzie (Rhyon Nicole Brown); and the youngest, Tay (Mishon Ratliff), who gets picked on at school a lot.
Oh wait: That's a borrow from "Bernie Mac." No matter.
Natalie resorts to picking up the pieces of her life after her husband leaves her for the family he has outside.