Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Love With a Perfect Stranger was the first of a series of made-for-cable movies based on the Harlequin Romance novels. Fabulously wealthy widow Marilu Henner falls for mysterious Irishman Daniel Massey the moment she spots him on a Florence-bound train. All she knows about Massey is that he lives in sumptuous fashion, and that he insists that she give up her business interests to marry him. If you're familiar with the Harlequin formula, you know where this is going. However, if we didn't tell you here, you might not know that the film was directed by Desmond Davis; for reasons of his own, Davis had his name removed from the credits. Adapted from a novel by Pamela Wallace, Love With a Perfect Stranger debuted over the Showtime cable service on October 12, 1986.
love, romance, train [locomotive], traveling, vacation, widow/widower