She’s come down with a case of the grumpies. He has plenty of Christmas cheer to share. Will competition between business rivals land them on Santa’s naughty list?
Money’s tight, business is down, and I’m all out of holiday cheer.
Yet, I’m busy decorating the ice cream shop’s storefront, hoping to win the Festival of Lights contest.
The cash prize will keep business afloat until things pick back up.
Then he walks in, and ho ho ho…hello holiday hotness!
Sebastian’s a six-foot Santa’s helper bearing gifts, but all I want is to pencil myself in on his naughty list.
Until I find out he’s the competition ruining my business.
When Nana leaves the family business to me, I jump at the chance for a fresh start.
My first business decision is to relocate the chocolate shop to a busier location in downtown Cranberry Corner.
I’m out delivering Christmas cheer when I spy an adorable elf wrestling a sparse spruce in a store window.
She’s the perfect blend of refreshing peppermint, tangy taffy, and spicy cinnamon.
But when I offer her a taste of my marshmallow fudge, she threatens to tie my tinsel in knots and trash my Christmas balls.
It’ll take a Christmas miracle to make the holiday magical this year.