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Tom Campbell joined the US army after breaking up with Chelsea, who meanwhile became mayor of his coastal California home town. Tom returns to the town to run his grandmother's B&B "Cupid's" while she's in hospital, hoping to become a professional bodyguard afterward with his army buddy Steve. However, his grandmother dies. Saving her legacy proves a nightmare, as she delayed crucial repairs and has enormous tax arrears. The regional tycoon's ambitious son Jerry, Chelsea's fiancé, bids on the B&B because he knows about a planned road which would make it a perfect mall location. Tom falls in love with the local girl, who is about to succeed his kinsman Kip Caldwell as chief of police.Written by
Police officers from out of state do not begin work as Lieutenants as was shown here. They are hired as officers and can then promote as any other officer could do. The only time an out of state officer would be brought in above entry level would be as a chief. See more »
Although IMDb says it is a Drama, Family and Romance movie, there was some great comedy in it as well. It was very real and touching. The acting was exceptional by Adam Mayfield. He made it seem genuine. Arielle Kebbel is cute and plays an awesome police officer. When the Mayor requests her into her office to ask her what should have clearly been some personal questions that were none of her business, I would have written something a bit more 'in-your-face' to the Mayor such as 'And why do you believe my personal life affairs are any of your business?' And then they never got back to the sewer and plumbing repairs for closure. I guess the money they raised was enough to cover that as well?? So those are the only two things I would have changed if I were the writer. Otherwise, excellent Hallmark film!
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