7 August 2017 | inkblot11
I shore like this new film from Hallmark! It's beautiful and has two great stars
Jenna (Amanda Righetti) is a divorced mother of eleven year old twins. She is just beginning a new career as a teen book novelist, having had one successful book. But, alas, she has been experiencing writer's block so she takes her family to a beautiful duplex on Tybee Island. As there is a summer camp for kids, her children can go swimming and hiking while she devotes her energies to meeting her publishers deadline. But, wait, wait! Next door there is a great looking single man, Lucas (Peter Porte) who, nevertheless, proves problematic. He has a carefree attitude about noise, beach parties, and his wandering dog. This stresses Jenna in a big way and she immediately erects a larger fence so the canine can't wander over to her patio. More importantly, after initial bad impressions of this man, his winning ways and handsome smile are diverting Jenna the most! But, with his not-ready-for-marriage-kids attitude, should she let herself get to know him better? Will her son become a better competitive swimmer? WILL SHE FINISH HER BOOK ON TIME? At this point, what can a romantic comedy fan say but a thousand thanks to Hallmark for continuing to provide funny, wholesome, and very romantic films for those who love the genre best. Righetti is beautiful and assertive while Porte, a dead ringer for Jim Caviezel, is a handsome, head-turning star. All of the secondary cast, sets, costumes, script and direction combine to create a film to savor and sigh over. As its brand new, do try to catch a viewing at the earliest possible moment.