3 Harlequin Movies To Get You Ready For Holiday Romance
The holiday season is almost here, and with that comes the perfect season for romance. If you want to watch your Christmas romances as well as read about them, we have three upcoming movies that will have you getting ready for kisses under the mistletoe.
Christmas With a Prince: Becoming Royal
After the Royal Christmas dinner, Dr. Tasha and Prince Alexander jet off to St. Savarre to spend their Christmas holiday. He takes her on a tour of the beautifully snow blanketed country. Spending this time together, the love between Alexander and Tasha grows and he asks for her hand in marriage to which she happily says yes. Tasha is called away on an emergency, leaving Alexander to plan the wedding. Princess Miranda hears of this and starts to stir up some trouble.
Will Miranda succeed at breaking them up or will Tasha have her happily ever after?
The sequel to Christmas with A Prince, which was based on St. Piran’s: Prince on the Children’s Ward by Sarah Morgan
Where to watch:
November 3rd at 7 p.m. on UPtv
Christmas in Paris
Montana landscaper Robin Harbin is a modest woman — the closest she gets to glamour is gardening at the Fortune family’s local mansion. That’s where she meets her polar opposite, confirmed bachelor Amersen Baudin: rich, handsome, cultured, and with an ego the size of the south of France. She puts him through his paces, but they soon discover they’ve got more in common than quick wits and sarcasm — they’ve both lost someone recently, and are struggling to cope in their own ways. This leads to tension, but with a bit of help from their families and the magic of Christmas in the City of Lights, they are reminded that “la grand amour” might be closer to home than they thought.
Based on A Fortunes of Texas Christmas by Helen Lacey
Where to watch:
December 8th at 7pm EST on UPtv
Baby in a Manger
Child protective services officer Alison and police officer Brock are both sworn to protect children, so when a lost infant shows up in the local church’s nativity scene, they’re both on the case. The pair don’t exactly gel right away — they’re both take-charge personalities and neither of them wants to let anything get in the way of the baby’s safe return home. This leads to tension between the two officers, but also internal tension. Alison will stop at nothing to keep the baby safe, but we learn she’s having doubts about whether she’s ready for kids of her own. Brock is also passionate about the case, but seems to be holding onto a secret from his past. Between butting heads, and with a little advice from a helpful minister, the pair learn plenty about each other, themselves, family, and the complicated bond between parent and child. Can a miracle baby from a broken home bring this community together?
Based on “Child in a Manger” from A Family for Christmas by Irene Brand and Dana Corbit
Where to watch:
December 24th at 7 pm EST on UPtv
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