Over the years, one of the constants in my TV fangirl life is the Hallmark Channel. Through the many years of faithful Hallmark viewing, I have amassed many of their titles on DVD. And those I don’t own end up on the DVR. Suffice to say, I have a few favorites from Hallmark’s library of romances so today I share a few favorites with “15 Hallmark Romances, Part 2” list.
Since I last shared 15 of my favorite Hallmark Channel Romances (over two years ago now!), I’ve seen many a new original (and anticipate discovering more!). Some of which made me smile, but left little impression, and then there are those that left an impression and have an “it” factor that makes them sparkle.
Today we follow up “part one” of favorite Hallmark romances with a second list. Excluded from the list will be any Christmas favorites because they’re in a class all they’re own. Below I invite you to read about 15 more favorite Hallmark movies.
15 Favorite Hallmark Romances, Part 2
1: Anything For Love (2016)
This one is super cute, and its leads have a nice easy-going chemistry. It’s about an exec who finds her career intimidates the men she dates. Paul Greene (When Calls the Heart) plays the guy who isn’t intimidated, but is he hiding a secret?
2: Cooking with Love (2018)
Frequent “best friend” actress Ali Liebert pairs with Agents of SHIELD’s Brett Dalton in this romance. It’s all about a producer and know-it-all chef who must find common ground for the sake of a cooking show.
3: Dater’s Handbook
Newly minted royal Meghan Markle stars in this romance about a career professional that’s made bad romantic choices. Just when she decides to follow a self-help dating book, she meets two very different men which forces her to confront what she really wants.
4: Frozen in Love (2018)
If you love the dislike-turns-to-like trope, this one is perfect for you. It’s full of witty banter as a hockey star with a bad rep, and book shop owner work together to earn good publicity. Rachael Leigh Cook and Niall Matter star.
5: Love Blossoms
This film (which was a last-minute schedule addition) is a quiet, underrated Hallmark about the creation of a new perfume. The film has a talented cast and is a swoony romance.
6: Love Once and Always (2018)
This one has a vintage “old-fashioned” quality that’s charming. The story revolves around a “Gilded Age” estate that’s about to be demolished. Naturally, the leading couple is on opposing sides of the debate.
7: My Favorite Wedding
Maggie Lawson and When Calls the Heart’s Paul Greene co-star in this funny comedy. It’s about a wedding that comes with a few hiccups including a maid of honor (Lawson) and best man (Greene) who don’t always get along.