Singleton Montana Moore is almost 30 and feeling the pressure to find a man: her mother’s been married a bunch of times and her younger sister is just about to tie the knot herself.

So she does what anyone would do; decides she’s going to get engaged before the wedding.  Which is in how long? That’s right, a month!

By-the-numbers enough that you can see several of the “twists” coming, but not necessarily in a bad way; it’s an enjoyable couple of hours with a likeable leading lady and her wacky friends. ♥♥♥♥/5

No, it’s not a version of The Terminal about a suitcase getting stuck in an airport instead of a person.  It does involve airport personnel and flying, though.

Singleton Montana Moore is almost 30 and feeling the pressure to find a man: her mother’s been married a bunch of times and her sister is just about to tie the knot herself.  So she does what anyone would do; decides she’s going to get engaged before the wedding.  Which is in how long? That’s right, a month!

How this one’s different? she’s an air stewardess with friends on the check-in desk and in security.  Which means she can use her connections to take her hunt for the ex she unfairly gave up on to the skies, getting herself on the same flights. Which actually isn’t as repetitive as it might sound.

It’s by-the-numbers enough that you can see several of the “twists” coming, but not necessarily in a bad way; it’s an enjoyable couple of hours with a likeable leading lady and her wacky friends.

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