Adelyn is a single mother of two twin boys. She has been widowed for almost five years and hasn’t tried dating, as her heart still belongs to her husband. In addition to being super-mom and a bank teller, she is also the volunteer Choir Director at Crossroads Assembly Church and helps put together the big Christmas musicals.
Keith was hired by the church to install and operate the lights for their new Christmas tree display. However, his dislike for kids and Christmas leads to issues between him and the staff. He hates Christmas for a reason, though. After several years with his girlfriend, he proposed on Christmas and they broke up because she wasn’t ready.
Chance is the quieter, older (and self-proclaimed better-looking) twin. On top of Christmas being a stressful time of year for him, he doesn’t know how to tell his mom that being onstage isn’t what’s he interested in.
Chase is the performer in the family, with an extroverted personality to match. He loves being the center of attention and the threat of Keith taking Adelyn away is not something he can allow.
Kia has been a pillar of emotional support for her best friend, Adelyn, since the passing of her husband. However, that also means she’s been there to see how lonely things can be. She hopes that Adelyn can find someone new soon.
Nothing is harder for a family to move past than the loss of someone special. For almost five years, Adelyn has raised their twin boys alone – who haven’t made moving on any easier. She finds solace in her volunteer work at Crossroads Assembly Church as their children’s choir director. This year’s show should be nothing unusual, until their lighted Christmas tree decides to catch fire. A new tree brings a new staff member, Keith, who doesn’t seem particularly interested in kids or Christmas. However, a few stage accidents and a church in need of saving has a way of bringing people together. Something even starts to bloom in the heart of winter until a familiar face comes around to ruin Keith’s Christmas spirit for good. Can they both discover a love only found at Christmas, or is it just too late for them to change?