Brian and Jenny are preparing for the big opening of their bed and breakfast, Emily's Country Inn, when a huge storm hits Bucks County. Brian agrees to return to Wall Street to boost their ...
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Sarah Jane Morris,
Andrew W. Walker,
Brian and Jenny are preparing for the big opening of their bed and breakfast, Emily's Country Inn, when a huge storm hits Bucks County. Brian agrees to return to Wall Street to boost their funds, while Jenny scrambles to keep the opening on time.
If you're going to make a trilogy you should make sure that there is continuity. The first movie was charming and I was looking forward to the next in the series. I just had trouble getting past the house and the goats! The first house was very pretty and they painted it green. It looked like a perfect B & B. The one in the second movie is an ordinary house and it's white and blue. Enter the goats. They're a significant part of the story and they look completely different from the ones in the first movie and yet they're supposed to be the same goats. The mama goat was white and cream and the kids were pure white. In the second they're all black and white. It's very annoying. The kitchen that they worked on so much in the first one is totally different. If they couldn't get the same place they should've at least tried to make it look the same. I wonder what we will get in the third movie. I'll find out today because I still love the stories and cast, just wish they'd pay more attention to the details.
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