Some men consider themselves God's gift to
women; but with Derrick Barnes, it's just a given. What woman wouldn't want a
sensitive, hunky blond exotic dancer under her tree on Christmas Eve; all
wrapped up in a bright red bow for her enjoyment? Yet Derrick, by day a college
student and department store stock boy, only has eyes for Sheila Baxter; the
bright BBW p.r. professional at Leveaux department store.
This year serving as Sheila Claus, the jolly replacement
Santa at Leveaux department store, Sheila Baxter has quite the crush on her
'elf' for the season, stock boy Derrick. Yet when she learns the secret about
his scandalous night job, will she still be willing to meet him under the
Driving home for Christmas, the last thing Robert Tremaine,
Duke of Whitney expects to find is an unconscious woman in the snow. The
mystery deepens when she wakes up and cannot remember who she is. Robert
becomes enchanted by the mysterious stranger who refuses to let the fear of her
memory loss overwhelm her. It is only at the Solstice Ball, when her uncle
appears and demands that Emily Conrad return with him to honour the marriage he
has arranged, that she regains her memory and remembers what she was running
from. Desperate to escape her uncle’s plan, Emily decides to disappear,
unfortunately the Whitney diamonds disappear with her. Robert is furious, Emily
has not only stolen the diamonds, but that he allowed himself to fall in love
with her, a flirt and a thief.
For months he searches for her and they are reunited, but
will their happiness last? Emily’s uncle is not only determined, but desperate
that she marry the man he has chosen for her and will stop at nothing to make
sure that the wedding happens. Will Robert ensure that the right man has a
bride for Christmas?
Michael Slanders only wants a steady job and a family of his
own, but instead he lives from hand to mouth with his sick mother. Fired a week
before Christmas and down on his luck, Mike needs nothing short of a miracle.
Sometimes, goodness prevails. Sometimes, magic is made.
Charlie Reardon is a down-and-out bum looking for some
returnables and a warm place to sleep on a snowy, Christmas night. Instead,
with the help of his on-again-off-again angel, Gabriel, Charlie finds a baby in
an alley. Does the baby offer some type of redemption?