As Valentine's Day nears, a matchmaker is tasked by her mentor to find a match for an entrepreneur who believes staying single is the key to success.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Taylor Cole ... Julia Palmer
Ryan Paevey ... Daniel O'Connor
Donna Benedicto ... Gwen
Osric Chau ... Timothy Wong
Lossen Chambers ... Elizabeth Johnson
Debs Howard ... Chloe
Latonya Williams ... Madison
Ashley Alexander ... Steph
Antonio Cayonne ... Matt
Jessica Steen ... Barbara
Milo Shandel ... Art
Lara Gilchrist ... Alexis
Chris Shields ... Colin
Garrett Black ... Henry
Andrea Rosolia ... Jeremy


Julia Palmer (Cole) is a professional matchmaker who is trying to convince Daniel (Paevey), the handsome newcomer to town known as "Mr. Stay Single," to sign up for their matchmaking services. Landing him as a client would be a big feather in her cap and her chance to take the reins at the firm. While working with Daniel, who reluctantly agrees to be matched, Julia begins to develop feelings for him. Because he's a client, however, she must stay professional and keep her feelings to herself while she helps him search for love. When she finds out that hers is the only heart he's after, she must decide if she's finally met her match. Written by Hallmark

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22 February 2020 | by WyzOldGuySee all my reviews

I enjoy watching Taylor Cole. Her beauty, grace, smile, expressive eyes, and wardrobe are things I look forward to in her Hallmark movies. She carried this most scenes in this movie and I enjoyed it. Her best Hallmark performance in the past year. She especially shined in her scenes with the dogs and in her photographer scenes. On that note, costuming gave her some beautiful dresses. The red dress during the final scenes is a red carpet wonder. Taylor seemed entirely at ease with her male counterpart, Ryan Peavey. Hallmark has been using her with different male leads the last couple years; some of which did not work. The supporting cast did a good job. Her two co-workers provided needed relief and dimension to the story. The female leads parents were convincingly caring and supportive; and, provided some quotable "pearls of wisdom." Ryan's best scenes were when he was in repartee' with Taylor. Their timing was spot on. I don't think Ryan's performance was equal to Taylor's, but that's not entirely his fault. Most of his scenes were close-ups with brief expressions. He did better in the scenes where he could interact with other actors and his environment. Also his script provided little in the way of character development and arc aside from the romance itself. One last thing, I found the closing shot of a possible male couple confusing. We knew all the other couples in the montage of couples. The writers provided no context for this.

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8 February 2020 (USA) See more »

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Millionaire Matchmaker See more »

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British Columbia, Canada

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