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Lawyer Abbie Harper rents a cabin for her own perfect Christmas. On Christmas Eve, she leaves the stress of her New York job and drives to the mountains, settling in for seven glorious days of peace on earth and good will toward men—so long as they steer clear of her.
Forest Ranger Jack Whelan is no good at relationships. He manages just fine by holding fast to one rule: Don’t let anyone get close. Then Abbie Harper rents his cabin. As a light snow falls, the furnace breaks down, and Jack is called in for repairs. When the storm picks up, they’re stranded together, turning their ordered lives upside down like a snow globe.
Scots are more amorous abroad than people from other parts of the UK, according to a survey.
Not only are Scots happy to indulge in holiday romances but they are also the most likely to have a one-night stand while away.
The next group most likely to have a holiday romance are the Welsh, while those least likely to look for love abroad are those from the Midlands.
(via Scotland | News | STV)
J.L., in floppy hat, sunglasses, ankle-length terry beach cover-up, and flip flops runs after Ewan McGregor, vigorously waving and calling, “Yoo-hoooo!”