10-year married couple, Jeff (Roark Critchlow) and Sonia (Josie Bissett, top-billed) Clefton, who are veterinarians who co-run an animal clinic and are well off; and about the miscarriage Sonia had 10 years earlier, which has put a chill on the marriage and her demeanor generally.They're also right about Chelsea Sheridans (Zoé de Grand Maison why is her last name "of the big house"?), the 17-year-old girl (though she's told Jeff she's 22 and he met her in a bar we're told everyone thinks she's older than she is but even so no bartender who wanted to keep his job would serve her without carding her, so she must have faked an I.
For some reason the synopsis describes a quite different plot from the one we get, the synopsis uses the word "polyamory" and therefore suggests it will end in a three-way relationship between the principals.
Jeff offers Sonia the usual lame excuses for his long nights away from home, until the night when Chelsea texts Jeff at home, Jeff calls her and they make a date for that night after Sonia has already gone to bed and overhears Jeff talking to her in the bathroom.
Meanwhile, Chelsea, who works as a barista at a gelato place and is being raised by her dad Dom (Conrad Pla) her mom's dead is decorous and sexually reserved enough so that when she starts collapsing at work and puking a lot, that when she becomes pregnant there's no doubt that Jeff is the father because he's the only guy with whom she's been having sex.
A bitter and greedy retired businessman is killed in a mysterious fall, and his adult daughter blames his manipulative and creepy but seductive new wife, Samantha. When Anna has a difficult time getting close to people, her sister creates a dating profile for her online.
Anna starts to message a handsome man until she starts getting disturbing messages that a match is close by.
A student at a Catholic school has suspicions when one of the nuns begins acting creepily towards her brother.
But she can't tell anyone, because who would believe that a woman of God would do such a thing?
When Brooke and her boyfriend Lance are injured in a tragic car accident and Lance is left to be cared for by a beautiful but troubled nurse, it soon becomes apparent to the happy young couple that someone is out to destroy their lives.
"Pregnant at 17" was written by Christine Conradt, which is usually a good sign.