Disillusioned since the untimely death of her husband, Beth Andrews (Crystal Bernard, Wings) is devoted to her career in the Los Angeles advertising world—and a new account that could seal her of its rising stars. All she needs to win over her client is the perfect Santa to hawk the latest in video-game technology. To the cynical advertising wunderkind, nothing says Christmas quite like commerce. But she’s not all business. Beth, who never expects to find love again, is also committed to raising her fatherless young son Jake (Dominic Scott Kay, Minority Report) to be a realist and to never have faith in fantasies. With the holidays approaching, that’s a hard lesson for a child to learn. Hoping against hope, Jake posts a letter to Santa asking for a new dad. Like magic, the letter flutters away and disappears into the starry night sky…
It drops into the lap of Nick (Steve Guttenberg, Three Men and a Baby), the North Pole’s handsome heir to the throne of the Santa Claus. It’s time for Dad to pass the torch of gift-giving to his son, but there’s one problem. To qualify, Nick needs a Mrs. Claus before Christmas Eve. Figuring he has an “in” with Jake, Nick heads to L.A. where he stirs every female’s fancy, can trim a tree in a matter of minutes, and effortlessly touches the heart of everyone he meets. That includes Beth, who’s sure that she’s found the perfect man to play Santa for her new campaign. When their professional relationship turns fairy-tale romantic, she decides to give love one more try. Nick’s dilemma? He’s told her the truth. What’s it going to take to convince Beth that she hasn’t fallen for a madman in a red velvet suit? Nothing short of a Christmas miracle.
Genre: Christmas, Family
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