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Mary Helen Ayres,
The Barbara Taylor Bradford trilogy that began with "A Woman of Substance", ends with this epic tale. Paula O' Neill feuds with her cousins as she fights to save her grandmother's business, and struggles to salvage her marriage.
What the hell with all those nice words about this movie. Sorry, "movie" is the wrong word. Bad soap opera stars star in a bad soap opera STORY ! Avoid it, please. They try to make me cry with those stories, and yes, I cried. The blonde actress, M. Walker, was ok. But even she can't save this TV-scum. Sorry, my opinion.
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