This is a case of borrowing the title from one mainstream film, Sleeping With The Enemy, while borrowing the plot of another, Fatal Attraction. This drama has newcomer P.J. Kerrington as Emily who wiggles her way into the household of Randy West and Holly White. She lusts after Randy but he sees that she's a nut and throws her out after she tells him how she killed the wife of her last lover. Maybe I can introduce her to my old lady.
P.K., unfortunately, is no Georgina Spelvin in a role that calls for both subtlety and histrionics. Director Fox usually does better with comedy although some of his dramas have been exceptional such as Lovers Trance. This one, unfortunately, goes nowhere fast. The sex is flat and uninspired with little motivation for or from the players. Both Randy West and Tom Byron are nice guys but both me and the world needs a rest from them.