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Two new students at nearby Belmont University. Ryan and Molly meet the first day of classes and become study partners. The Bridge, a local bookstore, becomes a close part of their lives, as their relationship grows.
Following her tour of duty, army nurse Grace Conner returns to her grandmother's farm in Amish country. After arriving she answers a neighbors call for medical assistance following a mysterious shooting at the nearby Troyer family farm.
Raised by her mother, but orphaned at a young age at Christmas, Miranda finds a clue that will take her to the truth about her father. Along the way, she finds romance and rekindles her Christmas spirit.
I understand Paige Davis had her issues, but methinks they "fixed" the wrong problem. Mark Steines is one of the worst hosts I think I've ever seen. He makes Bethanny look like Oprah. Between his false modesty, his cutting, underhanded remarks, and his fragile ego that Christina constantly works to salvage, I find myself sore from cringing. One morning, a crew member (I think her name was Lisa) was climbing a hill near the set for exercise. She commented how she'd never have to wear Spanx again after this workout, and Steines says "this ISN'T Magic Mountain". What a jerk!! Earlier that morning, Mark was showing how one could make a shelf out of an old book. He said "take a book you don't like or aren't interested in anymore" and he used Lisa's book she had written as his example! At that point I had to turn it off. I couldn't watch anymore, and haven't watched since. If that's his idea of humor, I'm not interested.
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