(as of Sep 30,2020 17:19:45 UTC – Details)
Ivy Bishop has plenty to keep her busy this Yuletide season. Over the past few years she’s been hard at work establishing her career, and now she has landed a lucrative gig shooting holiday photos at the local Christmas tree farm. The picturesque property offers amazing natural backdrops for her photography. It has rolling fields of evergreens, ancient apple trees covered in mistletoe, and it also runs adjacent to a wooded park, where, rumor has it, a monster has been lurking.
When Ivy is approached by a family friend about the attack that he and his friends experienced, she decides do a little investigating on her own. This isn’t the first time that the creature was reported…But now legend and myth are becoming all too real.
If that wasn’t enough to keep her on her toes, Ivy must find a way to get along with the cynical—yet annoyingly handsome—owner of the farm. Fortunately for Ivy, she’s never been attracted to the rugged, down-to-earth types. Unfortunately, the longer she’s at the Christmas tree farm the more her feelings involving a certain gorgeous yet pain-in-the-ass man begin to grow.
They say, what happens under the mistletoe stays under the mistletoe. But that may no longer be an option for our snarky heroine. While Yuletide may be a season of magick and peace, for Ivy Bishop, the holidays just got very complicated.