Fired from her job as a reality TV host, Natalie (Lenz) returns home for Valentine's Day, only to find herself running the town festival's auction with her ex-fiancé (Macfarlane) thanks to two scheming mothers.
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Bethany Joy Lenz,
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Andrew W. Walker,
Rebecca endures working with her colleague, and rival, Chris to plan the office Christmas party in the hopes of getting a promotion. While spending so much time together, will they take their eyes off the prize and see each other anew?
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Matthew Kevin Anderson
The path to true love is sometimes long and winding, especially for Natalie Simmons (Lenz). Recently fired from her broadcasting job in San Fransisco, Natalie returns to her hometown in Oregon to assist her mom (Mary-Margaret Humes) with the town's annual Valentine's Festival. Even though Natalie is officially engaged, she's thrown for a big loop when she reconnects with kind and handsome Zach Williams (Macfarlane), the guy who broke her heart - and their engagement - ten years ago.
Written by Eric Lowen (uncredited) & Dan Navarro (uncredited)
Performed by Pat Benatar
Courtesy of Capitol Records, Inc. c/o Universal Music Group
[Played at the festival dance, and at the airport when Natalie and Zach kiss] See more »
I found the main female character to be completely annoying the entire movie. I don't know if this was Bethany's interpretation or if she was told to present this way. All the other characters and acting were great. I think it's the first time where I was hoping the couple would not get back together. I felt like she didn't deserve him for many reasons. I saw no chemistry between them. Halfway through, I wanted to give up but I decided to watch to see where the storyline went. The ending was just weird. I would not watch again. The best part was the Shihtzu puppies. Oh and her lashes were waaaay too much for daytime scenes which was 99% of the movie. They were party scene lashes. I couldn't help but notice them throughout the whole movie because they were so out of place and large. You couldn't miss them.
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