Happily Ever After isn’t for everyone, that’s what Natalie mother has taught her. The lives we see in romantic comedies are far from reality and she was determined to keep her daughter grounded. So here’s Natalie, all grown up, with a good job, and a seemingly good handle on the direction of her life. All seemed well until an injury would send her into a state of reality that was difficult to understand. Her life went from relatively ordinary to full on romantic comedy. As she struggles to understand the new world around her, she must also come to grips with some of the new additions in her life. With all that is happening, she is just trying to figure out how to get her own life back. Some might say all of her dreams have come true, but there’s much more to this than that. She’ll have a chance to come face to face with the real meaning of love, but it may be too late… Will she figure out what she needs to do or will she accept her new position in life from her on forward. This is a fun romantic comedy that is most definitely a chick flick. Even with that, it’s a bit corny at times. There are many laughs to be had and a message that speaks to women of every generation. Is it for everyone? No, but for those it’s for it may be much more than a love story.