I feel like I've seen "A Taste of Romance" (9 tonight, Hallmark) before. In fact, I kind of feel like I saw it on Hallmark last week.
That's because it has the same theme as "Fixing Pete," the last Hallmark offering I reviewed: uptight professional woman needs "loosening up" by regular guy who's in her same field. Because everyone knows that having a career makes women hard and unlovable.
Still, "Romance" manages to find a way to be a charming variation on that faulty theme. That's mostly because the actors approach the whole thing with a dignity that exceeds the material.