Opera singer Jessica's flight to her concert in Vienna gets delayed and she is stuck in a remote area of England. The only place to stay is a bed-and-breakfast in an enchanting village run by a handsome widower named Andrew.
This was an okay Christmas movie, slightly better than some of the Hallmark ones they crank out, but not quite as good as the reviews I saw.
The scenery was great, of course, the dependable beauty of Yorkshire, England. The story is okay, enough to be getting on with, and I like that the bad guy of the story wasn’t evil or anything, just had different plans than the lead. And speaking of leads, my disappointment is that the two main character’s didn’t have any real chemistry together, which is a darn shame for a romance. I mean, not everyone can be Drew Barrymore and Jimmy Fallon in Fever Pi... read the rest.