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'Chance at Romance' a love story on Hallmark Channel Movie

"Chance for Romance" is a story of the look for love and Prince Charming that premiered on Hallmark Channel on Feb. 8, 2014. Hallmark's romantic comedy stars Erin Krakow, Patricia Richardson, Ryan McPartlin and Kaitlin DoubleDay.

 Erin Krakow and Ryan McPartlin in Chance at Romance on Hallmark Channel.
Copyright 2013 Crown Media United States, LLC/Photographer: Alexx Henry Studios, Jeremy Lee

"Chance for Romance" stars Erin Krakow “Army Wives” the star of Hallmark's new series "When Calls the Heart." The movie also stars four-time Emmy and Golden Globen nominated actress Patricia Richardson (“Snow Bride,” “Home Improvement”), Ryan McPartlin (“Chuck”) and Kaitlin Doubleday (“The March Sisters at Christmas”).

Samantha “Sam” Hart (Krakow) is a single woman who dreams of finding her Prince Charming on a white horse. Her friends are getting married and having babies, but she seems destined to the world of bad dates.

When she makes eye contact with attractive photographer Heath Madsen (McPartlin) at a show, she sends him an email and they start a correspondence. He invites her to visit and sends a train ticket. It is only after she arrives at his house that she learns that she has been corresponding his son Donny (Ian Andrew, "The Mentalist"). Donny and their housekeeper May (Richardson) were expecting Sam, but Heath is totally surprised. Heath is a widower whose wife died three years earlier and Donny wants his father to find a new wife.

Through a series of circumstances, Sam is stuck in town. She starts to build a friendship with Heath and Donny and May. Heath finds the inspiration he needs to shoot photos for his upcoming photography exhibit. Meanwhile, his pushy manager, Celeste Jeffers-Johnson (Doubleday), has designs beyond his professional work.

"Chance at Romance" stars Patricia Richardson (May), Erin Krakow (Samantha Hart), Ryan McPartlin (Heath Madsen), Ian Andrew (Donny Madsen), Kaitlin Doubleday (Celeste Jeffers-Johnson) and Abraham Benrubi (Jackson).

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