Childhood friends Emma Twist (Rachel Bilson, New York I Love You) and Will Donner (Tom Surridge, Like Minds) may have drifted apart as they grew up, but they always kept a special place for each other in their hearts.   When Emma returns to her hometown to be by her ailing father’s side, she reunites with Will once again.  Confused and distressed about her failing career and rocky love life, can Will remind Emma that what they had growing up was more than best friend material? Waiting for Forever tells the unique love story of two best friends separated by life and brought back together for a second chance.

When is it okay to go from being just friends to something more?

Cupid’s Advice:

Taking your friendship status to the next level is often tricky and can lead to sticky situations.  After all, it can be hard to go back to being just friends after dating doesn’t work out:

1. It’s mutual: Sometimes feelings between friends can go unreciprocated.  Make sure that you both want to take your relationship to the next level and that it’s not just one-sided.

2. The timing is right: First he was in a relationship and you were single, then you had a boyfriend when he got dumped.  If you two finally find yourselves in a situation where you are no longer obligated to be just friends, move right on ahead.

3. Ease into it: One day the two of you are spending Sundays watching old movies, and the next thing you know he’s taking you out to dinner on Friday night.  When you don’t realize you’re in a relationship, that’s when it’s the most right.

Release date: February 4, 2011

Cupid’s Kiss Rating: 4 out of 5 kisses