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As a shocking truth about a couple's families emerges, the two lovers discover they are not so different from each other. Tessa is no longer the sweet, simple, good girl she was when she met Hardin — any more than he is the cruel, moody boy she fell so hard for.
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Working on the fourth in her successful anthology-romance series featuring "in love" characters Desmond Ranes and Catarina, Izzi Simmons is told by her best friend and editor Mila that the ending of her first draft, already past due, is unacceptable. Mila's take on the problem is that Izzi has made Desmond an unrealistic version of a romantic character in being "perfect", which matches Izzi's own unrealistic pursuit of a man. With Mila unwilling to push the final deadline past Christmas Eve--less than a week away--as Izzi requests, Izzi is able to convince her to let her work on the necessary edits from the Antler Lodge in Silver Springs. Since her parents moved to Florida, Izzi, a winter-wonderland traditionalist in her view of the perfect Christmas, has found the Lodge her Christmas home away from home, especially as its proprietor Bob is as much a traditionalist as she is. The only reason Mila allows this working vacation is that Bob informed Izzi that he's retiring and selling the lodge so it may not be the same retreat next year. When she arrives, she learns that he sold it to his son Matt, a widower of three years, who wanted to moves himself and his adolescent daughter Kacey back to Silver Springs for family reasons after moving a large hotel in Seattle. What immediately strikes Izzi about Matt is that he is the exact image of the paintings of Desmond used for her book covers, and she discovers that nobody associated with the publishing company knows who was originally commissioned for that job. Her thoughts that Matt might be her Desmond quickly dissolve as he displays human flaws, even in basic maintenance--he wants to transform the lodge into what she sees as against her Christmas sensibility. As Matt and Izzi spend more time together, and Matt himself discovers the issue of the book-cover likeness and knowing the reason behind it, Izzi starts to see in Matt the true nature of what Desmond should be, while Matt begins to wonder if meeting Izzi in this manner is a sign that he is ready to start another romance. to begin a romantic life again. What might affect this is the arrival of Matt's childhood friend Jennifer, who has long been in love with him herself.
Violet Jones (Lathan) doesn't realize it at first but she's dismayed by her superficial, "perfect" life. She has everything she thought she'd need - a successful career, friends and a boyfriend who is a handsome doctor (Whittle). When her fairy tale begins to unravel, so does she. This movie shows what a beautiful, smart, successful woman can do when she starts to look inward instead of outward!
After dating for one year, Sara Dimarco, a second grade New Jersey schoolteacher from a working class background, is pretty sure her boyfriend Danny, a struggling non-fiction writer from Britain, is the person she wants to spend the rest of her life with despite his obsessiveness in not having an online footprint, which makes her and her best friend and teacher colleague Caitlin believe he's hiding something. When on their first anniversary date he proposes having already secretly received the consent of her loving parents, Marie and Bert Dimarco, a waitress and construction worker respectively, and she accepts does he divulge the reason for not having an online presence: he, really Daniel Christopher Seamus Horatio Hughes (and not just plain Danny) is the crown prince and first in line to the throne of St. Ives, a small monarchy off the coast of Britain. While Marie and Bert welcome the news of the engagement and of his true identity, Daniel must now convince his parents, King Edmond and Queen Patricia, before anything can be considered official. In traveling to St. Ives with Daniel to meet his parents and convince them, Sara makes one misstep after another, she feeling more of a kinship to the palace staff than to Daniel's family. Sara can also pick up on the cues that the King and Queen are treading very carefully in not coming right out and saying that they won't approve of the marriage despite truly not willing to approve it solely because she is a commoner. Despite a rocky start, the one person with any sway who seems to be on Sara and Daniel's side is his sister, Princess Fiona, who they are unaware has ulterior motives in her actions. The question then becomes if Daniel and Sara's love for each other can overcome the obstacles to they becoming Prince and Princess and ultimately King and Queen of St. Ives.
A chronicle of the life and career of singer Britney Spears, from humble beginnings on the Mickey Mouse Club to mega stardom, a heavily publicized fall from grace, and a monumental comeback.
Rapunzel grapples with the responsibilities of being a princess and the overprotective ways of her father. While she wholeheartedly loves Eugene, Rapunzel does not share his immediate desire to get married and settle down within the castle walls. Determined to live life on her own terms, she and her tough-as-nails Lady-in-Waiting Cassandra embark on a secret adventure where they encounter mystical rocks that magically cause Rapunzel's long blonde hair to grow back. Impossible to break and difficult to hide, Rapunzel must learn to embrace her hair and all that it represents.
Gorgeous young Tia Logan, the envy of every woman and desire of every man, is about to have it all. Aside from securing the coveted morning-newsanchor position at WBX DC television station, she is a week away from marrying DC's most eligible bachelor, Malcolm Wright. In final preparation for her wedding, Tia and her best friend Jillian run last-minute wedding errands. While at her final dress-fitting, Tia sees her fiance' walking down the street exhibiting serious PDA with another woman. In full wedding attire, Tia runs outside and all hell breaks loose. Within a 24-hour time period, Tia loses everything: her new fiance', her career, and her home. How in the world will she ever recover, and will she ever be able to find her "Happily Ever After"?Plot summaryAdd synopsis
Heather returns to her hometown when her father becomes ill and is pressured into filming her former best friend's wedding.
When socialites Julia and Sydney (early 30's) leave their cushy - if stagnant - lives in Chicago to embark on a road-trip, they end up on the wrong side of the law in a tiny town in Wyoming. Forced to serve 30 days community service, Sydney discovers there's more to life than can be purchased with a gold card and Julia learns that her "perfect" life back home might be a sham and what she thought she wanted isn't what she wants at all.
Andy Tennant directed this Cinderella variant. The Brothers Grimm arrive at the home of a wealthy Grande Dame (Jeanne Moreau) who speaks of the many legends surrounding the fable of the cinder girl before telling the "true" story of her ancestor. In flashback, the story then focuses on eight-year-old Danielle, daughter of a wealthy widower, a 16th-century landowner. After returning to France with his new wife Rodmilla (Anjelica Huston) and her two daughters, he dies of a heart attack. Ten years later, Danielle (Drew Barrymore) is now treated as a servant by the trio. Fortunately, she has an encounter with Prince Henry (Dougray Scott), who is fleeing an arranged marriage. Later, when Danielle poses as a Lady, the Prince takes an interest in her. Inventor-artist Leonardo Da Vinci (Patrick Godfrey), accepting the French court's patronage, offers advice to Prince Henry on matters of the heart.cinderellafairy taleleonardo da vincistepsister stepsister relationshipstepmother stepdaughter relationship56 morePlot summaryPlot synopsis
Rapunzel and Flynn Rider have their wedding, but Pascal and Maximus must recover the rings they lose in mid-ceremony.
Fairy tales collide when Mambo and Munk tip the scales of good and evil once again. This time Princess Snow White is a misguided teenager who'd rather have fun with friends Red Riding Hood, Goldilocks and Little Bo Peep than help ...
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