When Jenny and Brian inherited a quaint bed and breakfast called Emily’s Inn the last thing they expected was to fall in love, especially since they are complete opposites. She’s an easygoing caterer from Connecticut with a touch for conjuring up delicious dishes while he’s a hard-driving Wall Street type with a knack for wheeling and dealing. Still, their chemistry is undeniable so they move to rural Pennsylvania to remodel their inn and eventually get married. But after a big storm proves the inn’s roof needs repair and their bills start to pile up, Brian jumps at the offer to do a few deals on Wall Street. Soon, he’s spending more time commuting on the train than with Jenny. Although romance is budding everywhere with the guests at Emily’s Inn, it’s fading fast between the inn’s proprietors.
|Release Date||:||October 7, 2017|
|Genres||:||Romance, TV Movie|
|Production Company||:||The Hallmark Channel|
|Casts||:||Lacey Chabert, Brennan Elliott, Ed Asner, Daniel Cudmore, Heather Doerksen, Lara Gilchrist, Drew Tanner, Barbara Pollard|
|Plot Keywords||:||sequel, hallmark channel|
All of my Heart is one of my top five Hallmark romances thanks to the performances of Lacey Chabert, the very intriguing secondary characters ( Tommy, the goats, even Casey) and the brilliant comic stylings of Brennan Eliot. Just kidding, but seriously, he was really good!) The two leads had great chemistry and the script built the romance with just the right amount of humor, conflict, and relationship building. There were enough loose ends to make a sequel something I very much looked forward to. (Unlike 2other totally unnecessary sequels that leap to mind.) I especially was interested in more about Tommy. AoMH: Inn love was not a disappointment, I am happy to say. Lacey was as reliable as ever, and I still loved Brennan Eliot's character and his way with a line. As the two struggled to get their B & B up and running they met with more than their share of set-backs and expenses they could not afford. Brian's return to Wall Street to make money kept my interest. Predictably, this created the main conflict as the two protagonists felt themselves grow apart. Of course this was inevitable, but Lacey's passive aggressive sulking and pouting was a little hard to understand, considering the circumstances, and kind of made me hate her for a bit. There was more Tommy in the story, and I like the other side stories of the B&B blogger who was unexpectedly defanged, and the other guests. Yes, I can see another sequel on the horizon and I will be front and center. Some advice: Tommy needs to move on from his current love interest and needs to go back to the taciturn mysterious guy he was in the first one. It needs to be more about him next time, and Casey as well.