That sounds great to me!
I couldn't get through A Brush With Love. It was such a let down after the last two new Hallmark movies. The first 30 minutes felt like 3 hours to me. I didn't particularly like the actor who played Max or the character who seemed kind of stalkerish and unable to take a hint.
I stuck it out until the lady in charge of 'curating' the art fair (or whatever it was) disliked Jamie's paintings but then was gushing over her half-finished vision board painting. I just couldn't, anymore.
In addition to the far superior recent Hallmark movies Love to the Rescue and Flip That Romance, I had just watched Royal Matchmaker from last year, starring Bethany Joy Lenz and Will Kemp. That movie was very enjoyable and just flew by, in stark opposition to A Brush With Love.
To me, Nick Bateman seemed like the generic male-model type that Hallmark often casts as the love interest, but who lack the charm of actors like Michael Rady, Tyler Hynes, Will Kemp or Kristoffer Polaha.
I don't know his name, but I even liked the character with the accent better than the lead... or at least I did until I bailed. We didn't see much of the him at that point, but I had been hoping he would be 'the one' instead of the landscape architect. I FFed through the rest of the movie, hoping it might actually take a more interesting turn and not be the same old trope of the woman realizing the man she hates is her one true love... but nope... nothing surprising in this movie.