After A Rocky Divorce, Caroline Giblin (Connie Sellecca) Could Use A Fresh Start. With Her Bags Packed And Her Reluctant Daughter By Her Side, She Sets Out For Her Quaint Hometown Of Mayville Just In Time For Christmas. Caroline Finds That Not Much Has Changed Back Home, Including Her One-Time Fiancé Clay Traynor (Randy Travis), Who Is As Stubborn As Ever. When Caroline And Clay Discover A Young Boy Named William Squatting In The Basement Of Her Grandmother'S Former House, Caroline Wants To Let Him Stay, But Clay Is Reluctant And Secretly Contacts The Authorities, Causing The Two To Return To Their Old, Bickering Ways. Will Caroline And Clay Remain At Odds...Or Will This Be A Holiday To Remember?
Que de plaisir j'ai eue à regarder ce film. J'ai bien aimé, surtout avec un bon café et relaxer.Published 14 months ago by Patricia-E. Soulières
Has good actors who are really wasted in this movie with a lousy script, and was a waste of time and money.Published 22 months ago by kim locken
This is a feel good holiday movie for the whole family. Randy Travis seemed a little "wooden" at times but overall, good performances by all including the children.Published on Dec 27 2012 by Heahter L. Brown