Ashley needs a job. If she doesn’t find one soon, she will lose her apartment, she won’t be able to fix her car and she could lose her most precious friend, her dog Dash. The fact that it’s the Christmas season doesn’t help since she doesn’t have any friends or family in the area. Her neighbor Nick, offers her a job as his personal assistant. She needs and wants the job but she doesn’t think he can afford to hire her and she doesn’t want to take his money if he doesn’t have it. On her way to a job interview, she runs into Will and she drops her phone. When the office calls her to tell her the job has been filled, he gets the message. Will would like to ask Ashley on a date but she’s very resistant.
Will wants to help Ashley with her job but she’s worried he will want to write a story about Nick since he’s a reporter. Ashley knows Nick wants to keep his generosity as a Secret Santa out of the news. This has a slight twist that I didn’t see coming? Usually, Lifetime, all men suck!! Maybe it is not so much in this movie? 3* (This movie is OK)
87 min, Comedy directed by Brian Brough with K.C. Clyde, Kari Hawker, Bruce Davison, Gregory K. Brough, Loy Ray Clemons, Dminor, Maureen Eastwood.
Note: Imdb 6.4 out of 10, 53% audience on Rotten Tomatoes, Amazon 4.7* out of 5* with 147 reviews.