Wendy Walton is the best designer in Boston... but no one knows it yet. Hoping to kick-start her career, Wendy has left work with the local theatre to take a job as an assistant to Priscilla Hall, the most prestigious designer in the city. Ms. Hall works Wendy around the clock, which is how Wendy finds herself trapped in an elevator late one night with an incredibly handsome stranger. Wendy and the mystery man share an impulsive, romantic, life-changing kiss before the doors open and Wendy runs out, leaving him behind. The next day at work, Wendy answers the door to find the handsome gentleman standing in front of her. Turns out he's Adam Hughes, a wealthy philanthropist - and Ms. Hall's long distance boyfriend. He doesn't recognize Wendy, which makes things all the more awkward for her when Ms. Hall assigns her to decorate his house for a big party at Christmas. As the holidays approach and Wendy and Adam spend more and more time together, Wendy realizes she's falling in love. Should...
A romance about how one kiss can change everything...
Did You Know?
The theatre where they have the Nutcracker play is the Carpenter Theatre in Richmond, Virginia which you can clearly see stated on the front of the theatre, only they have not turned on the lights to light that section, because throughout the movie we are supposed to be in Boston. There are clearly other signs we are not in Boston - like the skyline, the ride by the civil war memorial in the park when they take the carriage ride and the lack of the typical Boston scenes. They could have used at least used some stock footage of Boston. There wasn't a single winter scene for a Christmas movie in Boston, Massachusetts it would be rare not to be at least cold in late November to late December See more
Wendy and Adam are decorating the "Christmas Future" tree with ornaments that are suppose to have been made by children. Wendy holds up a reindeer ornament to show Adam, but when she turns it back around you can see there is a white sticker on the back with a scan code. See more
I swear, that broad just makes up crap for the pleasure of bitch-bossing you.
References A Charlie Brown Christmas
O Christmas Tree
Performed By The Kaz Gamble Carolers
Traditional tune, lyrics by Ernst Anschütz
[Incorrectly credited as written by Ernst Anschütz
Arranged by Kaz Gamble
& Stanley Wilson
Courtesy of Sobiech Music See more