When new campaigns start on Hallmark Channel, you know I’m all about tuning in. (Or more accurately, my cloud DVR has that “record” button frequently clicked.) Such is the case with their latest season push, and the first (of three) in their new line up, My Secret Valentine.
My Secret Valentine (2018) Hallmark Channel Review
Chloe Grange (Lacey Chabert) is living her dream as a GM of a prime eatery. But in the aftermath of her boss announcing she’s expanding, Chloe feels restless. Has she gone as far as she can in this career she loves? Time with an unexpected vacation arrives when her dad requests she come home to visit their family winery. Once there, Chloe learns her father too has change in mind; he’s about to sell their winery. Not to someone who cares, but to a big conglomerate, no less!
The company sends their representative, Seth Anderson (Andrew W. Walker) to the winery. Despite the testy relationship Chloe has with Seth, she finds common ground with “Handyman” in a most unusual way. Through notes left on a chalkboard, notes that eventually leads to a suggestion they meet…
In case this plot doesn’t reveal it, this one has as kind of You’ve Got Mail component to its snappy script. Of course, as each story/film does, this one certainly has its own plot and tells its story through its own romantic-comedy markers.
“I was secretly hoping it was you all along.”
of all, as is the signature wholesome environment in which the sweetheart of a story unfolds. Coupled with this being my favorite of Lacey’s, this is one Valentine you won’t wish to miss opening. ♥
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