Just Chick Flicks: Summer Love DVD Giveaway

Summer was here and now it’s over. In the immortal words of Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta…”Summer Love happens so fast”. But don’t despair if your Summer Love is over (or never even started), I have a special treat for you courtesy of A & E Entertainment and Lifetime Movies.

Just Chick Flicks is celebrating the end of Summer  by giving away a great collection of with movies about love, marriage and romance. Starting Saturday, September 3, 2011,  we will giveaway  two sets of  Summer Love DVDs. All you have to do it Tweet about this contest.

Summer Love Movies

William and Kate 

They’ve charmed the world with their romantic love affair, engagement and eagerly awaited royal wedding. How did Kate Middleton, an ordinary British girl, become  the wife of Prince William ? Over an eight-year courtship, her warmth, humor, and grace under pressure convinced him she was the one. From University to the altar…this is the true life making of a Princess.

The Lifetime Original Movie William & Kate tells the story of Prince William (Nico Evers-Swindell) and Kate Middleton (Camilla Luddington), from the moment they met at the University of St. Andrews to the intense media attention surrounding their storybook romance. William & Kate also stars Ben Cross (Chariots of Fire) as Prince Charles, Serena Scott-Thomas (The World Is Not Enough) as Carole Middleton, Richard Reid (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone) as Ian and Victoria Tennant (L.A. Story) as Celia.

I Do (But I Don’t)

Based on Cara Lockwood’s novel, I Do (But I Don’t) tells the story of wedding planner Lauren Crandell, who has a knack for arranging other couples’ happily-ever-afters but seems to flounder at romance in her own life. But then the lovelorn Lauren meets hunky fireman Nick Corina. Could he be the man of her dreams? Or will she be stuck planning Nick’s wedding to the most psycho bride of them all?

I Married My High School Crush

Seventeen-year-old Sara (Katee Sackhoff) has been madly in love with popular student Brian (Sage Brocklebank) since pre-school and dreams of marrying him. Problem is, he doesn t know she exists. When a solar eclipse inexplicably sends them from high school in 1990 to their actual wedding day in 2007, Sara (now in her mid-30s) discovers that, somehow, her wish came true.
With their grown-up careers in full swing Sara is running for Lieutenant Governor, and Brian is a wealthy investment banker the couple realizes they are not at all prepared for what adulthood has in store. They still feel like the 17-year-olds they see when they look in the mirror, yet everyone else in their lives sees them as 35…and expects them to act their age. Is it possible that Sara and Brian are really fated to be together? Or should they follow a less certain path in their new lives, and risk falling for other people?

Making Mr. Right

Successful magazine editor, Hallie Galloway (Blood Ties’ Christina Cox) is an ambitious, sharp, and focused woman. Hallie is close to the biggest  promotion of her life when she s about to get a curve ball she didn’t expect.

In a modern-day reversal of My Fair Lady, Hallie makes a bet with her best friend that she can transform a scruffy con man (Dean Cain, Lois and Clark: The Adventures of Superman) into her magazine’s “Bachelor of the Year.” A shave and a haircut later, he’s revealed as a handsomely charming rogue. Hallie teaches him manners and etiquette, while he teaches her to live in the moment. As sparks fly, love sets out to conquers the class divide.

Playing House

Frannie (Joanne Kelly  is a junior copy editor in New York City when she lands the account of her favorite author, Michael Tate (Eureka’s Colin Ferguson). Everything is coming together for her  until she finds out she has accidentally gotten pregnant by her new boyfriend. The couple does what they think is the responsible thing and moves to the suburbs to settle down, but behind the picket fence, neither one of them is truly happy. When a mysterious stranger waltzes into town, he offers to whisk Frannie back to the bright lights of New York City. Will she give in to temptation and the glamorous life that could await her, or will she stay true to her new family and the life she has created with Calvin?

Confessions of an American Bride

Shannon Elizabeth (Scary Movie, American Pie) makes a funny, appealing Samantha in this lively romp about the Big Day… and lots of  big problems to go with it. Like battling in-laws, finding a wedding dress, choosing the invitations, the cake, the caterer. Not to mention selecting china while your future hubby plays war with the bar-code gun. By then your emotions are at wedding-day warp speed, running into your secret college crush… and sharing an illicit smooch.

Honey Moon with Mom

Poor Shannon (Virginia Williams, How I Met Your Mother) is dumped at the altar, so her single mother, Marla (Shelley Long, Cheers), suggests they take the planned honeymoon to a remote island resort together. Marla, a publisher of a top magazine, tells Shannon that the trip to paradise will make their relationship stronger, but she has ulterior motives: to land an interview with the resort s owner, Nick Tercel (Jack Scalia).

When Marla finally meets Nick and conducts the interview without his knowledge, she finds herself falling for him. However, when her scheme backfires, Shannon, upset and disappointed, confronts her mother. Meanwhile, Shannon meets a new man (Eric Johnson) on the island, must contend with her ex-fiancé (Edward Finlay), who shows up unexpectedly, and finds herself face-to-face with a man she s been waiting to meet her entire life her father.

How To Win A Summer Love DVD Set

To enter just  Tweet: I want to  win a Summer Love DVD sets from @AEHomeEnt and @Clarabela!  #justchickflicks.

You must mention @AEHomeEnt and @Clarabela and use the hashtag  #justchickflicks. You have until Tuesday, September 6, 2011 at midnight CST to Tweet me. We will use Random.org to select the winners.
About Clara Mathews

Clarabela (Clara Mathews) is freelance web content copywriter, professional blogger and Hugh Jackman fan. In addition to writing about her love of movies at JustChickFlicks.com, Clarabela is also a regular contributor to DignityZine.  Follow Just Chick Flicks on Facebook.