A recent widow travels with her son to her Virginia hometown for Christmas. On the way they meet a man who is heading to the same destination. As they continue to spend time together, the pair grows closer.
For the second Christmas in a row, Boston bank employee Katherine Moss has decided that she and her preteen son Will won't return to the military town of Provincetown, Virginia for the holidays as the memories of her deceased husband, musician Tyler Moss, are too strong there. Kat and Will don't talk about Tyler, trying to shield each other from the painful memories associated with his death in a traffic accident. Not returning home is also despite Kat once having dreamed about taking over the family's Provincetown business, Winter's Pastries, a bakery where she and Tyler had many of their dates. At the last minute, Kat changes her mind and they make the trip home. When they get there, she discovers that not only is the annual Christmas Snowball dance still happening, but that Tyler's former bandmate, Maggie Rhodes, has resurrected the trio to perform at the dance as they used to, and the ad she posted through the VA Center has yielded replacement guitarist Jack Sutherland, a vet like...Written by
Alison Sweeney is quintessential Hallmark so she alone makes this Must See TV. This movie doesn't fail to give that Norman Rockwell-esque look and feel I've come to expect from Hallmark. The cinematography, the lighting and editing are what sets Hallmark apart and makes their movies instantly recognizable from other productions. The entire cast was great and the script delivered just the right amount of corniness and warm fuzzies in it. It offers hope and encouragement and, in today's world, how is that a bad thing? That's the gift that Hallmark offers and this movie doesn't disappoint! Thoroughly enjoyed!
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