The Christmas season is approaching. In South Woodbourne, Washington, the second-grade widowed secondary school teacher, Emily Spengler, loves the Christmas holidays as well as all the residents and traditions she has built up with her late husband Frank, who passed away almost three years ago, and her now grown daughter has Heather. As usual, she expects Heather to come home from Boston for the holidays, where she goes to school. In Boston, Massachusetts, the novelist and English professor Charles Johnson is an unsentimental man who, like his workaholic brother Ray, the owner of his own lucrative business, does not celebrate the season. Emily and Charles meet at a home exchange site to exchange for a week before Christmas. Emily wants to go to Boston to be with Heather, who has told her that she does not intend to come home for the holidays. And Charles struggles to meet the deadlines for his latest novel, and must be somewhere quiet and out-of-the-way to complete his writing. Their home exchange will not be what they had expected, especially because the Christmas spirit either misses or overwhelms the other's house. In Boston, Emily learns on arrival that Heather has left the city with her boyfriend Jason. Heather seems to be trying to test her adult wings without Emily's influence. But Emily meets Ray, the two who are slowly falling in love. You will need to determine both your professional and personal future this week, and whether the other person will consider that future. And in South Woodbourne, divorced event planner Faith Kerrigan, Emily's best friend from San Francisco, appears in front of Emily's front door and plans to join Emily on vacation in the absence of Heather. That's why Faith is forced to stay with Charles most of the week. The question for both of them is whether they will both survive for the week, as it is at first sight hate that perception is largely based on the negative way in which their last relationship ended.
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