There are such a variety of commonplace countenances in the film, and more than likely, you’ll perceive Leah as Michelle, Libbi’s accomplice and companion. As the person who guarantees that Libbi in any event considers she may succumb to her most outstanding opponent, Leah is superbly thrown. No more bizarre to Hallmark nor the part of the supporting part to the lead, Rachel conveys an even minded perspective to Michelle while as yet allowing sentiment and genuine romance. Moreover, she fulfills every one of this while as yet telling Libbi that regardless of what she at last chooses, she will in any case be next to her, supporting her and getting the pieces, if necessary. I basically love the truly down to earth, straightforward methodology that Leah mixes into her character parts this way, and I trust that Hallmark acknowledges what a diamond she genuinely is.
As the closest companion of Ben, Andrew Francis plays the adorable yet now and again overpowered Alex.