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The owners of a small diner are surprised one rainy evening when, just after close, a young woman wearing a wedding dress--with three dogs in tow--begs to come into their restaurant. What follows is the young woman's retelling of how she arrived at this curious junction in her life and how, through the search for the right man, she ended up as a runaway bride with three new dogs.Written by
Erika Christensen played Bailey, a public high school English or language arts teacher. She arrived with her dogs at diner at closing time in a wedding dress. She begins to tell the story of what happened to Joyce Dewitt's Nikki and the diner owner Louie. It's a sweet tale with not much saccharine like other Hallmark Hall of Fame movies. It's a nice sweet overall film about relationships. The cast do a great job. I wished the storyline was better told though. The characters are somewhat developed more than most in these kind of films without using cheap tricks to engage the viewers. I am a Joyce Dewitt fan so I enjoyed her performance as Nikki. We don't see enough of her in film and television.
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