Joanna’s plans for a quiet, cozy holiday season are shattered when her sisters call with the news that their dad has been dumped by his fiancée and has disappeared to Nevis, a tiny Caribbean island, and is not responding to any calls. The sisters decide to go to the island to save their father and bring him home for Christmas. Can the newly reconnected Christmas family survive a crazy Christmas?
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