As a hopeless romantic, Cynthia is crushed when her boyfriend breaks up with her right before the holidays. With love no longer an option for her, she coaxes her friend Liam to go home with her for her sister’s Christmas wedding. When she starts receiving all of the gifts from “The 12 Days of Christmas” at her door, she thinks one of her exes might be trying to get back together with her. Now, Cynthia is determined to discover who is behind this epic romantic gesture, a gesture so elaborate that it must mean true love. The search proves to be more arduous than she first expected, and when all hope seems lost, she discovers that true love might have been standing in front of her the whole time.
User Reviews: As a couple, we love watching Hallmark Christmas movies and never miss one. We tried watching this together tonight, but my husband couldn’t take Meredith Hagner’s voice and perkiness. Now I’m the one with a thing about annoying voices, so it surprised me when he said it bothered him. So, we didn’t watch it together, which is a first for us. I’m watching the rest of it by myself and don’t find it to be too awfully bad. The plot is good, but Meredith Hagner is annoying, I’m sorry to say. I hope she won’t be a staple actor among the Hallmark troupe of players because next year I’d really like to be able to see all the movies offered for Christmas. The rest of the actors were very good, particularly Gregory Harrison whom I’ve always liked since his soap opera days.