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Romance writer will find you a husband in 6 months - 2 desperate takers
A fluffy, frothy romantic comedy with Delta Burke as Dahlia Marchand, celebrated romance novelist. The fact she has been married six times only goes to prove that she can 'close the deal'.
Gwen Green and her best girlfriend are desperate to join their prior female classmates and girlfriends as married women. They are tired of being trotted out and displayed in the picture of unwed single women taken at each wedding.
When Gwen, copy editor, is given a chance to be assistant editor of Dahlia Marchand's memoirs by the publicist she strives to really get to know the woman. Keeping Dahlia on schedule is no small feat. Dahia is an open book on her marriages and romances, but Gwen discovers Dahlia may be keeping some mysterious secrets she wants to keep out of her memoirs.
Dahia takes both Gwen and her best girlfriend under her wing to teach both how to get the proposal, the ring and to the altar. Gwen finds herself attracted to a man similar to her past relationships and a guy who lets her know upfront he is ready for marriage to the right woman.
A likable cast and some nice life lessons make enjoyable for women and couples who like a sweet romantic tale. Relax and watch over popcorn or over wine.
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