Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Harlequin Loving Evangeline|
Actors: Kelly Rowan, Nick Mancuso
Director: Timothy Bond
When Robert Cannon (Nick Mancuso, In the Mix), President of Thornhill Software, learns his brother, Kevin - a creative genius behind the company's top-secret programs - was killed in a boating accident, he returns to their... more »
Love Romance movies
Natasha | Maryland | 05/23/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I now own all the Harlequin romance movies with this purchase and hope in the future there will be more. Canadians really know how to portray romance in their movies. This movie was not my favorite of the Harlequins, but still great to have it in my library and will watch it again. (I did give it 4*s) Also, as in the other Harlequins I have reviewed, the story line is not boring and the interest for me comes from the romance and mystery twists and turns from the beginning of the movie until the end. Oh BTW neither of the people on the cover of the DVD box are the actors in this movie!"
I love the book-hate the movie!!!!!
L. Glass | New York, New York United States | 01/07/2010
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I am almost done watching the movie version of one of my favorite Linda Howard books "Loving Evangeline." How could Linda Howard allow her book to be changed almost 100 percent into this piece of trite? Robert and Evie should be good looking. Robert Cannon is portrayed by a middle aged actor with a paunch and graying balding hair. Evie is sexless as portrayed by the actress. Other than his suspecting her of selling his companies software there is nothing else remnicent of the plot.I am giving this DVD away to someone when I finish it. It stinks. I recommend the book to all for a great love story though."
What a mess
Three G's | CA | 08/01/2009
(1 out of 5 stars)
"The book, Loving Evangeline, is a wonderful, love story. The movie was a disaster. I couldn't believe what they did to it. Robert was as handsome and sexy as a dish rag. In the book, he was a great character. So was Evangeline. They completely changed the story.
I was so disappointed. I loved the book. How could Linda Howard allow them to do that to her work."