Reviews - Contemporary

A small town’s Christmas tradition is on the line. Claire Evans is a miniature train display artist whose grandfather has passed, so it’s fallen on her to make the show go on. She’s not alone in this as the whole town is behind her. All except for James Fordham, a newcomer who takes charge of the town’s energy company.

ROMANTIC COMEDY:  Parker is ready to marry her longtime boyfriend and is in the dress at the church when he confesses he’s not ready. Fleeing the heartbreak and embarrassment, Parker nearly collides with a car when a handsome stranger pushes her out of the way and upends her life for the second time in one day.

Jordyn Dunaway has returned home to her family’s Montana ranch after ten-years. But Christmas is very different this year after the loss of her father. To recreate the special holiday magic the ranch is known for, Jordyn will need all the help she can get. Chad Devlin has struggled to cope after an injury in the line of duty leaves him physically and mentally torn.

A lot can change in ten years. As teenagers, Remy Lambert and Jennifer Morgan found love but were not ready to commit to one another or the daughter they brought into the world. Years later, Jennifer is now a school counselor, engaged to an ambitious assistant D.A. and sister to her daughter, Emily, who her parents adopted at birth.

Dani Winters is a burned-out Hollywood star. She purchases a defunct cinema in New Hope, Wisconsin and plans to re-open it as a dinner theatre. She ends up becoming the saving grace to her adopted town, rescuing it from financial ruin. Paul Howell left Los Angeles disparaged. His dreams of movie stardom never took flight, and his musical scoring hopes fell flat too.

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