Moonlight in Vermont (2017) Rated TV-G

Fiona gets dumped by her boyfriend, to help mend her broken heart, she heads to her parents Inn in Vermont. There she runs into her ex and decides to win him back with jealously by pretending the inns chef is her new boyfriend. Starring  Lacey Chabert, Carlo Marks, Jesse Moss

This is not one of Hallmark’s finest. Although, I love Lacey Chabert and I was even intrigued by Carlo Marks, the film left more to be desired. The film had a cute premise but lacked so much in the chemistry between the two main actors. I did not feel the love. I think they put too much emphasis on the them hating each other that it was too much of an up hill climb to find them falling in love. Marks did better at the transition  but still I couldn’t pin point the point that they began to see each other in a different light. This isn’t the best Hallmark film and isn’t worth the watch.

 

 

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