A corporate executive is sent to a small town to rebrand a restaurant owned by her high school sweetheart. Starring Taylor Cole, Andrew W. Walker, and Alley Mills.
This film is a typical Hallmark movie. There is nothing new here. The actors have chemistry, and the story is beautifully shot. However, there are a few things that don’t make much sense, and you’ll need a little suspension of disbelief. At times, I struggled with the actors’ chemistry; the main actress, Cole, was a little on the cold side at times. She doesn’t leave a very warm impression. The film is not the best that Hallmark has shipped out, making it not worth a watch.