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Interior designer Olivia Wilson loses her job in New York. With newfound time on her hands she decides to head home to California to surprise her dad, Neil for the 25th anniversary of the family business, Wilson Family Movers. Upon arrival she meets the newest member of the Wilson team, Scott. With business coming to a halt, she and Scott work together to get things back on track. Just as the two begin to form a bond, Olivia is faced with a difficult decision when a worthwhile job opportunity pops up back in New York.Written by
I watch a lot of these types of movies. Not because I always love them but because I'm always searching for the ones that I like enough to want to watch more than once. I really enjoyed this one and would definitely watch it again. It is easily grouped into the made-for-TV lighthearted romance category, but I actually found it didn't follow the formula quite as closely as the Hallmark ones tend to do. It really drew out the first stage of the love story when there is conflict between them before they realize they have any romantic feelings towards each other, and personally I prefer that. I also really enjoyed the secondary romance, perhaps even more than the primary one. Overall I think this is one of the better ones of its kind. I didn't notice any lack of chemistry between the leads like was mentioned in one of the other reviews. But I'm familiar with Keegan Allen from Pretty Little Liars and his style of acting. I also think part of the reason it came off that way is because the movie chose not to telegraph the romantic feelings between Olivia and Scott until the third act - they had a lot of platonic interaction in the first part of the movie.
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