Premieres Saturday, September 29 at 9 PM ET/PT on Hallmark Channel
After inheriting Emily’s Country Inn, Jenny (Lacey Chabert) and Brian (Brennan Elliott) are not only more in love with each other but they’ve also fallen for the quaint inn itself and the three goats that live there. Embraced by all of Bucks County, Emily’s Inn is a treasured fixture, and the happy couple who run the romantic B&B, are equally adored by everyone. In fact, most of the town will be coming to, or participating in, Jenny and Brian’s upcoming wedding, including Jenny’s maid of honor Casey (Heather Doerksen), who runs the town coffee shop, Brian’s best man Tommy (Daniel Cudmore), who runs the General Store, and the town’s wise old codger Vern (Ed Asner), who has been tapped to give away the bride. But as the much-anticipated ceremony approaches, an unexpected guest arrives at the inn, and she’s about to make Jenny and Brian rethink the timing of their wedding and where they might be spending their future.
Prim and proper Meg (Pauline Egin), an overworked accountant from Chicago, doesn't see any of the charm that everyone else seems to find in Emily’s Inn. But this doesn’t stop her from claiming she’s part heir to the beloved B&B. With legal documents in hand, Meg explains to Brian and Jenny that if they’re unable to buy her third of the property, the inn will have to be sold. Shocked by the news, Brian and Emily go to work trying to pull together the money they need to buy Meg’s portion of the estate. At the same time, they decide to move up the date of their wedding so they can be married in the beautiful inn where they first fell in love.
But even by ramping up the sales of Jenny’s Home Baked pastries, Brian and Jenny can’t seem to raise the funds needed to become sole owners of the inn, and soon a for sale sign appears on the property. Stressed to the max, especially since Brian’s estranged father has agreed to attend the wedding, Brian is thinking about returning to his Wall Street roots to earn enough to save the inn. But when Jenny learns of his plan, she reminds him that his former job nearly broke their relationship, and he agrees their love is far more important than their finances. Time and again they ease each other’s worries by simply believing things will work out.
As the day of the wedding nears, Brian and Tommy finish building the gazebo where Jenny hoped to marry, and unbeknownst to the future bride and groom, the entire town holds a fundraiser to help offset the funds Meg wants as payment for her third of the inn. But even with the people of Bucks County behind them, Jenny and Brian are still short of the money the all-business Meg wants, and the fate of Emily’s Inn could fall into the hands of an interested buyer. He fails to see the inn’s charm, and thinks it might be better to rebuild the aging structure rather than tenderly repair it as Jenny and Brian have always done. For now, though, focusing on becoming husband and wife is all that matters to these loving innkeepers and hopefully their happily-ever-after will be spent creating more romance in Emily’s Country Inn.