I’m cursed to relive my sister’s wedding day.
Worse, I’m dangerously falling for the groom.
The first time I met him, my heart tap-danced inside my chest, and a magical spark swirled between us.
I was convinced I had finally found the one.
He even asked me on a date; I was on cloud nine.
In my head, it was the start of a beautiful love story…until I learned he was on his way to a blind date with my sister. Imagine my shock!
So I stepped aside, and just like that, all my dreams came crashing down.
Fast-forward two years later…He’s getting married to my sister, but before he can say “I do,” he’s hell-bent on making sure I have no regrets whatsoever.
I’m pretty good at pretending he’s never meant anything to me.
If only that galling wedding day actually came to an end.
The problem is, I’m cursed to go through this day over and over again.
And it’s getting impossible not to fall in love with the groom.
What a difference One Christmas makes…
All Irene wants this year is to have a peaceful celebration with family and the new man in her life. If only her arrogant ex-husband, Dean, could stop popping up when she least expects it.
Meanwhile, Irene’s adult children, Anthony, Gloria, and Jake, as well as her nephew, Christopher, are all caught in their own webs of romance and heartache.
Anthony seeks to warm the lonely heart of Ava, the mysterious barista in his mother’s coffee shop. Only she’s completely sworn off romance.
Gloria is determined to bring holiday cheer to her brooding neighbor, Lucas, and convinces him to be her fake boyfriend so she can make him see the light.
Jake thinks he’s found a woman he could finally commit to and works hard to gain the trust of her guarded young daughter, Josephine. Only he’s taken by surprise by a secret admirer.
As for Christopher, he tries to fight the attraction he feels to Jake’s girlfriend, a woman he let slip away years ago.
Everyone’s set to meet at Irene’s traditional Christmas Eve dinner, where sparks are sure to fly. But with a little bit of the season’s magic, this Christmas might become one they will never forget.