Dorothy finds herself on the other side of the table when her latest boyfriend Glen gives her a shock when he tells he he's married. She surprises herself when she finds herself sneaking around to be with him.
Rose is apprehensive about a visit from her daughter and granddaughter, since their reason for coming is to settle Rose's late-husband's will. But when they see the will, Rose must explain where all of Charlie's money went.
During a tap dance rehersal with Rose and Blanche, Dorothy injures her foot and later Dorothy is hesitant about having foot surgery. Meanwhile, with Dorothy out of the recital, Blanche and Rose must re-work their act.
NYC-based editor, Alex, is sent to an extreme sports outpost, to write a story. At first, she fails at everything, much to the chagrin of Cole, an extreme sports enthusiast who thinks this city girl should head back to New York.
Gabby moves to Bright Shore where she opens a restaurant and rediscovers her passion. She encounters Caleb, a former baseball player with a competitive streak who owns his own restaurant. Stars Roselyn Sanchez, Eric Winter.
When her family goes bankrupt, a city girl travels to the country to try and fix up a struggling pumpkin farm that her father bought as an investment to get her money back. There she meets Brett, the handsome farm manager.
Ellen Branford, a high-powered attorney, finds love, purpose, and the promise of a simpler life when she sets off on a journey to fulfill her grandmother's dying wish, to find the boy she once loved and give him her last letter.
From New York Times Bestselling Author Caridad Piñeiro and Hallmark Publishing comes a story about rival quinceañeras, glorious Cuban cooking, friendship, family ties—and romance. Stars William Levy and Taylor Cole.
Sarah, a wedding planner in New York, is hired to plan the most anticipated wedding of the season. But the bride wants the wedding to be on the family farm which is now being run by her older brother who happens to be Sarah's ex.