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This is another pleasantly executed Hallmark Channel romantic comedy without much in the way of jokes: a comedy in the classic sense of a progression from an unhappy state of affairs to a good one, instead of the modern one of a story with jokes and gags. It's a story of mistaken identity as the handsome lead spots the fetching Second Woman, gets the wrong email address and tries to court her via email as a secret admirer -- only to actually be sending his messages to her similarly named, equally attractive -- albeit in a different manner -- coworker, who turns out to be his soul mate.
Everyone is attractive and very nice and if the final happy romantic-looking happy ending is prefigured about fifteen minutes in, that's the way these things are written these days. It's a pleasant little time waster.
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