About A Kiss at Midnight
Susan Flowers (Faith Ford) runs her own business: Hearts and Flowers – Personalized Matchmaking Services. She has found successful mates for all of her clients, but has yet to find one for herself. On New Year’s Eve, encouraged by her best friend Maureen (Kim Rhodes), Susan makes the resolution to find herself a man, someone she can kiss at midnight of the next New Year. But when Romance.com, a new Internet dating site comes onto the scene, Hearts and Flowers starts losing business. Susan is determined to prove her personalized service does a better job than a computer program ever could. Her plan is to make a profile on Romance.com, allowing the website to set her up; afterwards, she’ll write a blog exposé of how phony the site’s “scientifically-based Compatibility Formula” is, using her own experience as evidence. To Susan’s surprise, however, the site matches her with widower Josh Sherman (Cameron Daddo), and they’re a perfect pair. Little does Susan know, Josh is the owner and CEO of Romance.com. But Josh doesn’t even know he has a profile on the site – only his daughters Cassie and Jennifer the ones who made his profile, do. The girls just want a mom and for their delightful dad to be happy. Only after they have fallen for each other do Susan and Josh find out what the other does for a living, and they are both convinced the other is out to destroy their business. Ultimately, they must realize that finding the right person isn’t always a business affair; after all, love doesn’t take vacations.