It’s on the approach to Christmas and office worker, Marsha Riley, wants to be anywhere other than where she is right now. She dislikes Christmas with a vengeance as the festive season was never the same after her father died when she was ten-years-old. To make matters worse, she has the young Bradley to contend with, who shadows her around the office like a puppy dog.
However, all is about to change when she encounters the boss’s eldest son, Jake Harrison. He’s devilishy handsome and the glint in his eyes indicates he could be a dangerous encounter.
Meanwhile, back at the office there’s the Annual Secret Santa Draw. Whilst seeking a gift for it, Marsha finds a snow globe almost identical to the one her father gave her as a child, even the little girl inside it looks like her at the same age, before her father passed away.
At midnight, she’s lying on her bed, when she lifts the object and gives it a good shake, at the same time she makes a wish.
Will her wish come true? Or is she destined to remain in an office where she’s pestered by a young upstart who has designs upon her and is on the edge of becoming a stalker, or does her destiny lie elsewhere?