In Donna Hill’s “A Promise for the Holiday,” restaurateur Mitch Davis has had his eye on real estate broker Cara Holiday for a while, but he can’t seem to break the ice with the recent divorcée—until he cooks up a scheme to hire her. When Cara starts enjoying Mitch’s company, she secretly begins to draw out the process of selling his house. With this much deception, it’ll be a Christmas miracle if their relationship makes it through the holidays . . .
In Zuri Day’s “A Sexy Christmas Carol,” Carol Robbins has moved back to Detroit in time for the holidays after years of travel working for a pop diva. And while she’s bought a home and bonded with her family, her prospects for romance seem slim. But when she attends a VIP party and makes a surprising love connection, she’s soon torn between her old “big life” and a man who may give her the greatest gift of all . . .
And in Cheris Hodge’s “Christmas Surprise,” Lola Yvonne Joseph is tired of coming second to her wealthy husband’s career and is sending him a very special present this year: divorce papers. When she leaves Miami for the kind of wintery white Christmas she’s always wanted, she definitely doesn’t expect Jonathan to track her down. But when he does everything possible to win her back, she might need to gift him with a second chance at love . . .