A young widow and her nine year-old son spend a week at her family’s pear farm in Washington state, where they both fall in love with small town farm life, and she falls for the guy who has been managing the farm.
|Release Date||:||September 30, 2017|
|Genres||:||TV Movie, Romance, Comedy|
|Writers||:||Judith Berg, Sandra Berg, Christie Will|
|Casts||:||Jen Lilley, Ryan Paevey, Chiara Zanni, Brenden Sunderland, Lini Evans, Aaron Craven, Kelly-Ruth Mercier, Julian Domingues, Barry W. Levy, Tom Tasse|
|Plot Keywords||:||small town, widow, single mother, tv movie, washington state, family farm|
Nothing. Happens. Move on, Nothing to see here unless you are a Ryan Paevey fan, which on the strength of his charming performance in "Unleashing Mr. Darcy," I am. Jen Lilley, the actress who plays the female lead is very pretty with huge eyes. Huge. Unfortunately, her performance is distracting to the max. I might attribute this to the vapid script, but she has a smile plastered on her face throughout the movie, usually accompanied by an irritating titter. Someone should do a spread sheet on how often she completes a sentence by tittering. I doubt it was scripted. I understand her embarrassment, but she made a bad movie worse. Add to this, instead of real scenery we get fake back drops that look like they have been painted on velvet by Thomas Kinkade. I gave it a 4 due entirely to Ryan Paevey's futile efforts. Choose better next time, Dude. My patience will not last forever.