Perpetually single Blair Hawthorne is perfectly content with her life in the small town of Mislin Bush. She owns an antique shop and she’s surrounded by family. Too bad that family is pressuring her to find a husband, or at the very least, a significant other before she faces yet another holiday season unattached.
Making matters worse, Mislin Bush is crazy about holiday romance, especially in light of the local custom of hanging up mistletoe in every corner of the town. In Mislin Bush, couples kissing under the mistletoe isn’t just tradition, it’s town pride. When a handsome stranger arrives unexpectedly, Blair is determined to resist not only his charm, but the mistletoe. Despite her growing attraction to him, she’s in no mood for romance, not even during the most wonderful time of the year.
Colson Bennett might have roots in Mislin Bush, but he’s a hotshot executive from the city. Small time life is a change of pace for him. An even bigger change of pace? Beautiful, feisty girl-next-door Blair who is nothing like the upper-class ice queens he’s used to dating back in the city. As the heir to a family fortune, Colson is expected to marry a fellow blue blood – the exact opposite of down to earth Blair. But when he arrives in town to settle a deceased relative’s affairs, Colson decides that only a small-town girl like Blair can help him handle his family’s valuable antiques. As things heat up between them, Colson gets into the holiday spirit for the first time in his life. For once, he’s putting work aside to get close to someone special.
In a town where perfect strangers fall in love under the mistletoe, can Colson break tradition and follow his heart in time for Christmas?