From Hallmark: Christine Eisley's life is coming undone. She's been fired from her job, evicted from her home and her ex-husband is taking her to court for custody of their children. To make matters worse, she's misplaced a very special family heirloom, a star-shaped locket handed down from her father, who disappeared from her life when she was a young girl. But things seem to be looking a little brighter for Christine when she lands a new job working with a gregarious bakery owner and a holiday romance begins to blossom with Jason, the handsome grandson of a sweet couple who own a popular local store. As she uncovers a long-standing family secret, Christine's luck might be starting to turn, bringing her good fortune and true love just in time for Christmas.
Did You Know?
Much of the soundtrack in this movie was taken directly from "The Christmas Shoes". See more
When Jason draws Christine's attention to the celestial "big dipper," he remarks that the star on the end of the "handle" is the North Star. However, that star is not part of the big dipper, and is actually located above the opposite end (the bowl) of the dipper. See more
Deck the Halls
Traditional tune, lyrics by Thomas Oliphant See more