For me, the connection between the two leads, Ellie and Jordan, was sincere and convincing. The plot revolves around a tennis pro, Jordan, injured in a car accident and currently in a place of deep self-pity, guilt, and some self-hatred which causes him to lash out at others. He fears not recovering and losing his career and yet he cannot seem to motivate himself or even believe in himself to foster the rehabilitation of his shoulder. Ellie, a physical therapist, is hired to help him. However, she arrives on the scene after the failure of a number of physical therapists before her. Jordan is critical of her from the beginning as she doesn't seem to fit his idea of a physical therapist. She seems too young and, therefore, probably without the necessary experience for his needs. He is demanding, but she is patient and caring. She believes she can help him, and she is motivated by that belief as well as the fact that she needs the work. She convinces him to give her a trial period, after which if there is no improvement, she will leave at her own expense. Her personality and her innovative therapeutic techniques win him over. In the meantime they are falling in love. There are the usual complications as in all romantic comedies or dramas, but love wins out in the end, as it should. She is the right person to help him get beyond the tragedy of the accident, which wounded more than his physical being. Getting past self-pity and guilt take time and love. This love story helps us to understand that both time and love are gifts. Jordan realizes the gift of Ellie in his life and we are made happy by his realization. I know I will watch this film again. It's not available to buy, but I would add it to my collection of Hallmark films should it become available.