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Romantic movie about a writing who falls in love at a coffee shop

I saw this movie on Netflix years ago and it was so good but I don't remember the name or any of the actors. It was probably in the late 2000s. He's writing at a coffee shop and he flirts with this girl and gets her number and he leaves. Then another guy comes in and is flirting so basically shes dating these two guys. One the normal writer and then some rich business man. The two stories go back and forth. The writer wants to marry her but she says she can't. Turns out the whole movie  the other guy wasn't real and he was the writer's story about their relationship. She doesn't want to marry him because she says she can't have children and its unfair. He still loves her anyway. Anyone have any idea?? Its been bugging me for years! I really want to watch it again.
asked Oct 21, 2016 in Name That Movie by madbear (1 point)
Maybe "A Case of You"?

Rejected by the girl of his dreams, a writer (Justin Long) creates an online alter ego that makes her fall for him.