If there was only one thing the Hallmark Channel excels at, it would be the production of originals that burst with joyfulness.
(Fortunately, they have many other qualities as well.) Their streak for this record remains intact with their Christmas movie A December Bride (2016).
Over on Silver Petticoat, I am sharing thoughts on this new adaptation, based on the novel by Denise Hunter, in a review. Needless to say, as a fan of Hunter’s novels for years now, seeing one of my favorite networks adapt her stories is an exciting thing indeed! This one has Daniel Lissing (from When Calls the Heart) and frequent leading lady Jessica Lowndes. You can snag a copy of this on Amazon, and below, find a snippet and link to my review.
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A December Bride (2016) Hallmark TV Review
The story introduces us to Layla O’Reilly (Jessica Lowndes), a hardworking young professional. Working under the demands of a perfectionist boss, Layla now feels ready to make strides towards owning her own business. A business that would allow her to use her talent as an interior decorator to stage apartments and houses real estate agents are trying to sell. But first, she has to find a client willing to take a chance on her. However, her life takes a detour when her fiancé, Jack leaves her for her cousin Jessica. Continue Reading on Silver Petticoat →
Photos: Hallmark Channel. This review first appeared on Silver Petticoat Review. Photos: Hallmark Channel