‘Anything For Love’: Hallmark’s ‘Valentine’s Day’ Movie Steals The Heart, Starring Erika Christensen, Paul Greene

Anything For Love is a charming new Hallmark movie that is coming to the channel that’s been named the “heart of romance.” It’s definitely an appropriate choice to watch in the days leading up to one of the most romantic days of the year — Valentine’s Day. This romantic new comedy is directed by Terry Ingram and written by Barbara Curry.

Hallmark Channel’s Anything For Love surrounds a female CEO who has given up on finding love but is ultimately coerced into creating a fake profile on a dating site where she meets a man who has also created a fake persona. It stars Erika Christensen as Katherine Benson, Paul Greene as Jack, Ali Liebert as Debbie Celvin, and Nicole Major as Brooke, according to Internet Movie Database‘s listing.

Anything For Love Hallmark movie synopsis

Anything For Love introduces Hallmark viewers to Katherine Benson, a savvy businesswoman who has had a hard time finding love, since most of the men are intimated by her powerful career. But that could change after her best friend, Debbie, convinces her to create a fake online profile, using her name and changing the occupation from CEO to executive assistant. Meanwhile, Jack, an employee at a local hospital, has also created a profile on “Head Over Heels” dating site, hoping that he’ll find a match. His excitement increases when he finds the profile of Debbie, a woman who loves camping, baseball, and dogs. When Debbie, who is really Katherine, sees Jack’s profile, she’s excited to learn that he is a doctor who enjoys, sports, music and movies. There are only two glitches: Debbie, whose real name is Katherine, is the CEO of a Fortune 500 company, and Jack isn’t a doctor — he’s a male nurse. As these two become closer and sparks fly, will their love last once it is revealed that neither is who they say they are? Or is this relationship built on lies destined to implode?

Hallmark Channel’s Anything For Love is a traditional Valentine’s Day movie about accepting and loving people for who they are. It’s also about finding love in people we don’t expect to fall in love with.

Ericka Christensen and Paul Greene had an amazing time shooting the scenes, especially the rooftop scene. They both agree that this Hallmark Valentine’s movie will surely give viewers the desire to cozy up with that special someone. Anything For Love also makes one reflect on how they will spend Valentine’s Day. So what say you? Consider what will be on the agenda for you that special day?

Will you choose decadent chocolates or a bouquet of deep-colored red roses? Maybe you’ll decide to have a romantic dinner at home, or maybe you’ll snuggle up in a private corner at an upscale restaurant. And which one is more sexy — Italian food or French food? No dinner will be complete without choosing between a red wine or champagne. How about planning a sensual massage or a nice bubble bath to end the night? Whatever you choose, we’re sure it will be wonderful.

In addition to Hallmark’s Anything For Love movie, Family Life‘s website offers some other ways to enjoy your Valentine’s Day.

“Surprise your spouse with a special getaway together.() [Read] her a love poem. () Have a picnic for all the Valentines in your family on your living room floor.() Hide little heart candies in your spouse’s shoes, coat, car, etc.() Show up at your husband’s office before lunch. Call him from the parking lot and tell him you are going to take him for a lunch rendezvous.”

Join us for this Valentine movie event on Sunday, February 14, at 9/8 central. Inquisitr recently wrote about Valentine Ever After, a Lifetime movie that is premiering this weekend about the potential dangers of using online dating apps to find love. Also, see Hallmark Channel’s Appetite For Love.

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