Basically, Violet discovers that she looks exactly like a lady in an Italian painting.She decides to go to Italy to figure this mystery out, and there she meets a few new friends, some guys, and a bunch of Italians.I was in the mood for a fun contemporary, so I went ahead and grabbed this one when I was in between books.
Jackie Laurens (Heather Locklear) is a recently divorced, 40-year-old and mother of two pre-teen kids who takes a vacation alone to Hawaii where, against her better judgment, she meets and hooks up with a hunky, much younger resident surf instructor named Kyle Hamilton (Robert Buckley).
But what began as a one-night stand turns into love as when her vacation is done, she flies to Hawaii every chance she gets to meet with her latest love interest, which soon gets disapproval from her ex-husband, her teenage kids, and even her close friends.
The main character is too old and her acting sucks.
Anyone who still thinks this stupid movie is true, go to Hawaii and you are welcome to stay with me for free if you could find such a surfer on the beach.
As time and the pressure from everyone around her to break it off with Kyle pushes Jackie to her breaking point, it will only take her beau Kyle to teach her how to cope before life passes her by.
When Jackie is having her first surf lesson, Kyle attaches the surfboard cord to her right ankle, but the scenes of her attempting to surf have some shots of the cord on her right ankle and at other times the cord is on her left ankle.
See more » I accidentally turned the TV to star movies and started watching this movie just because I live in Hawaii and I saw Diamond head, which I personally found the only true thing about Oahu in this movie.
This movie must have been written based on a novel of an author who found herself a lot unattractive and rewarded herself with such a fantasy.
Must not overthink.) I’d also like to say that as a nerdy woman, it’s really nice to see a resource that breaks down romantic behaviours for us analytical types – while not only avoiding, but actively eschewing sexist PUA tropes. Now on to my question: I would be really interested in seeing a post that breaks down how one distinguishes between a person signaling an interest in friendship and a person signaling an interest in a romantic relationship.
Granted, there’s the physical proximity thing, but even that can get a bit muddled as I often find that I’ll sit quite close to my friends or lean into them while looking at something on their phone – and to make matters even more confusing, because I suffer from social anxiety, I actually tend to instinctively increase my physical distance, face away, and avoid eye contact when I am attracted to someone, because I get painfully nervous (and I imagine the same may go for others dealing with the lovely anxiety beast).2) How does one determine whether someone is flirting/interested when communication is mainly online?
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