Tate Stephens begrudgingly agrees to play Scrooge in the school Christmas play. Tate is irritated that Charity Fletcher, his nephew’s teacher, chose his handicapped nephew for the part of Tiny Tim. He thinks it’s cruel to typecast his nephew that way. Can the school play be a success, or will Tate become the Scrooge who spoils Christmas?

Charity is inspired by how precocious, outgoing, and sweet Matthias Reeves is in spite of his bone disease. His over-protective uncle, Tate, though, can be infuriating. Perhaps Tate will make a similar transformation as Scrooge in the play. If Matthias is lucky, his teacher and uncle might find true love with a happily ever after ending.

On top of losing her mother, Emela Roberts is heartbroken to find that guardianship of her twin siblings has been left to a perfect stranger, an actor in California. She’s determined to stay with her siblings, no matter the cost - even if it means risking her heart around one of Hollywood’s most eligible bachelors.

Dean Anderson has a successful career, women falling all over him, and a carefree lifestyle - until his ex starts spreading rumors. His agent thinks accepting guardianship of orphaned four-year-old twins is the perfect thing to make his fans fall in love with him all over again. Too bad their sister isn’t one of his fans, and has no intention of changing her mind.

Christmas Eve in small-town Texas, and single mom Toni Nash has a crisis looming. The Cactus Cafe, her diner that’s been in the family for generations, has to be sold. When a vicious ice storm strands seven people in the diner overnight, Toni finds herself wondering how to give her small son Grady a merry Christmas.

Combine a handsome rancher, two noisy calves, a sinister stranger with a bullet wound, a veterinarian, his wife, a Christmas feast, and a jewel robbery; mix well, and you have a funny, warm, wonderful Christmas romance.

History teacher Kevin Rogers is juggling lesson plans, attempts at dating, and avoiding an ex-girlfriend. A chance encounter with an actress helps, until a tabloid article threatens to ruin everything.

Actress Claire Cruz Cartwright is making her move to Serenity Landing permanent. The co-star of the successful show, Seating for Six, is ready to settle down with a life outside of the Hollywood spotlights.

A night in the emergency room. The premiere of her new show. A conversation that bares her soul. The paparazzi who think everything is their business. Can their new relationship survive long enough to make it all the way to Christmas?

Heather Lambert is a single mom raising her seven-year-old daughter Jenna. She’s managed to finish her degree and works as head of marketing for Lambert Farms. Jason Finn, Jenna’s father, moves back to town and says he’s ready to be a part of Jenna’s life. He realizes how much time he’s lost with Jenna, and regrets being satisfied with sending a child support check every month instead of trying to build a relationship with his daughter.

Jason sets out to woo Heather and convince her he’s ready to be a father now. But then, right before Christmas, a possible job offer comes up, one that would take him away - again.

When Gracie Johnson’s grandmother has a heart attack, Simon Crabtree answers the 911 call and saves her life. Although Simon is 7 years older than Gracie, she can’t help becoming infatuated with the handsome young paramedic. She prays he will wait for her to grow up, but Simon marries someone else just before Gracie goes off to college.

Gracie returns to their small town with a master’s degree and begins a career as a social worker. Gracie and Simon occasionally cross paths and their friendship grows. When life events change both their circumstances, can a friendship grow into something more?