Sure, there are some flaws to this movie. I don't know that the mother should be so eager to marry off her daughter, for example, when the daughter clearly has issues that are just not going away.
What made up for the flaws was the central couple, who are simply gorgeous and so sincerely and deeply in love, even though there are a thousand reasons to doubt it. Andrew Walker is the guy who you might not notice and then when you do, you fall in love because he is a good man while being a very hot guy! How great is it that Arielle Kebell's character is just like that, albeit a good woman and very hot, as well!
For a while, I thought the writers were going for a rewrite of 'The Runaway Bride.' Not, it turns out. RB is way too sophisticated and modern to be made into a Hallmark movie. The inspiration is there, but we are tossed back into the good old solid American nuclear family values (the sister may be a little off-center, but it doesn't matter here) and nothing about the environment suggests San Francisco. Even the real estate feels middle America.
You can imagine Andrew Walker's character forever calling his MIL 'ma'm' and his FIL 'sir.' Not a jaded cynical bone in the body of that financial wizard! All down-to-earth humility, and a dog-lover to boot!
The same actors appear together in 'Bridal Wave,' so I look forward to seeing them there.