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In order for the formulaic Hallmark Dramas to sell, both the Hero and especially, the Heroine needs to have likability - - - we need to WANT to see them succeed.
Not happening in this one, I'm afraid.
Margo comes across as really negative, and that particular trait is a killjoy for any romantic film.
Steve Tally as Seth is passable---but any one of Hallmark's collection of male actors could've played this bland role.
Whenever I saw the interplay between the Leads, it came across as competitive "brother and sister" a lot more than "hope they get together in the end" - - - zero chemistry.
Jack Wagner does a decent job as the heavy, and the effervescent Mary Stuart shines in her role (as always).
I agree 100% with the other poster on this thread, what's with the ANNOYINGLY Loud music for no purpose other than for you to reach the remote (or possibly it's there to distract you from how truly awful this film is?).
Hallmark-Romance-Novels-come-to-life are like a Box of Chocolates---let me spare you the cavities.. PASS on this one!
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