Another good one from the Harlequin Mills and Boon movies based on the novel of the same name by Debbie Macomber. Crisp, witty and funny like most Debbie Macomber novels, this movie does not disappoint. Staring Leslie Hope (24 -Mrs. Jack Bauer), Michelle Duquet, Rick Peters and Michael Nouri (rage of angels, changes), it tells the story of Hallie Mitchell (Leslie Hope) and Donnalee Crawford (Michelle Duquet), two best friends and business partners ,who own a very successful architectural and design firm, but have been unlucky in love
Donnalee (Michele Duquet), signs up with a dating agency and convinces Hallie (Leslie Hope) to do the same with hilarious and grievous consequences. Meanwhile Hallie is having plumbing problems since her new neighbour Steve moved in. They both acknowledge they are not each other's type, Steve is going through a forced separation with his wife , but he is constantly barging into Hallie's house to fix the plumbing problem to the chagrin of her would be dates. Hallie is a commitment-phobe, too scared to trust her heart to anyone. When she accidentally bumps into an old school flame and they start to date she realises that her heart is still a prisoner of her past insecurities. With Donaalee falling head over heels in love with Steve's business partner, plus a wedding and a baby on the way, Hallie feels left out and unluckiest in love, suddenly she begins to see Steve in a new light. Will they find out that they are made for each other or will Hallie's in ability to trust stand between them? A very good movie with varied threads and storylines that come together nicely to guarantee a happy ending. The writing had humour, originality, and a freshness that was typical of Debbie Macomber books. You will love this movie, I recommend.