Emma returns home to celebrate Christmas for the last time with her siblings in the house they grew up in. After their parents' recent passing, the siblings reluctantly agree to sell the family home on Honeysuckle Lane.
Emma Reynolds is a newly minted junior partner with a New York City law firm and who followed in her father's footsteps career-wise, although Emma only knows her clients as faceless corporations, while her father, who had his own practice in the family's longtime hometown of Oliver's Well, Virginia with his friend and partner Joe, knew the names and faces of everyone with who he did business. Always too busy with work and now a bona fide big city girl, Emma has headed home to Oliver's Well this Christmas for the first time since law school, what could be considered one year too late as both her father and mother, Cliff and Caroline Reynolds, have passed away this year, meaning she didn't get that one last Christmas with them. Emma will be spending this Christmas with her Oliver's Well-based siblings, Andie, a successful novelist, and Daniel, a caterer, and their respective families as the three siblings will be closing up the family house on Honeysuckle Lane, including figuring out ...Written by
Correction to the revealing mistake above. In the beginning Emma is driving her own car to the airport to travel to her home town. Her sister met her at the airport and it was a different car (presumably a rental) in the second scene. See more »
The last few years Hallmark has wasted Alicia Witt in some pretty poorly done Christmas movies.
Luckily this year, they've put her in a more emotional and satisfying movie.
Laura Leighton is an always welcome surprise in these movies too.
If only someone had taken the time to brush Alicia's hair. She's too pretty to have a rat's nest on her head.
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