When Jenny Fintley (Lacey Chabert) and Brian Hudson (Brennan Elliott) inherited a quaint bed and breakfast called Emily’s Inn in Bucks County, the last thing they expected was to fall in love, especially since they are complete opposites. She’s an easygoing, former caterer from Connecticut with a magic touch for conjuring up delicious dishes while he’s a hard-driving, Wall Street type from New York with a knack for wheeling and dealing. Still, their chemistry is undeniable so they move to rural Pennsylvania to remodel their inn and eventually get married. Jenny takes to country living immediately and Brian, who was a “duck out of water” at first, eventually begins to enjoy being a part of the small-town community. In fact, he can’t get over the fact that he now drives a truck and actually enjoys feeding goats.
One day while stopping at the general store, Brian runs into the town’s wise old codger Vern (Ed Asner), who is going to his niece’s wedding in Philadelphia. Vern hints that he’d like to go to Brian and Jenny’s nuptials too, and that Brian better not let a good catch like Jenny get away. Just as he’s about to board the bus, Vern looks at the sky and claims a storm is brewing. It’s an ominous moment but Brian shrugs it off. After all, there isn’t a cloud in sight.
Could there be pending challenges with the inn or Jenney and Brian’s engagement, or both?