At a Christmastime event, Jenna shares an impromptu, unforgettable kiss with the dashing billionaire, Cooper Montgomery. Unaware of his intentions and fearful of getting hurt in another relationship, Jenna vows to resist his charms, but begins to realize his affection is real as the two spend more time together.
This movie sold me until the ending. I’m sorry but a Leo Diamond from Kay Jewelers isn’t going to make up for the fact that they’ve known each other for like two weeks and she’s spent most of that time barely tolerating him. Literally a couple days before she accepted his proposal he was taking his old fling out to dinner.
Forgetting about the ending, I liked the movie. Cooper, Adam Mayfield, plays a trope that I’m not fond of, the male that is forceful and knows that he and the female lead will be perfect together. It’s past confidence and in the obnoxious cocky area. It’s a popular trope that I usually hate, but that can sometimes be alright. In this case I didn’t mind it because Jenna, Elisabeth Harnois, called him out on it. She kept pushing back and called him like she saw him. I liked that a lot.
Magical kiss, check.
Billionaire that gives a cheap diamond and lives in a split level apartment, check.
Christmas tree shopping, check.
I’m going to watch this one again. I think it’s safe to say I liked it better than Christmas Kiss I, but the ending was pretty poor.