A Christmas Kiss II (2014)

TV Movie   |  Unrated   |    |  Comedy, Romance


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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 ... See full summary »


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26 December 2014 | inkblot11
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| Didn't see Kiss One but this one was so enjoyable, I will seek it out very soon
Jenna (Elizabeth Hamois) is a very capable assistant to the lady, Mia, who runs a style magazine. Secretly, Jenna longs to be a designer and show her drawings to Mia, but J's courage has always failed her. This upsets her dearest pal, Cooper, who also doubles as her next door neighbor. At this moment, Jenna is estranged from her father, who has a new wife and very little time for his daughter. So, Cooper's support is paramount. The December holiday season is approaching so mistletoe hangs in the building's elevator. One day, when Jenna is going up, the door opens and in walks a great looking guy, Sebastian (Jonathan Bennett). Its just the two of them and the man winks at Jenna before he bestows a brief kiss on her lips. Even so, the smooch is dynamite and, amazingly, Jen gives Sebastian a MUCH longer kiss in return. What was she thinking? Especially when Sebastian turns out to be the playboy brother of her boss, Mia, and co-owner of the company, even in absentia? All too soon, Jenna hears and sees enough to know that Sebastian is not reliable dating material. Yet, he keeps pushing the envelope for a date. Oh ho, now Cooper is especially handy because Jenna needs him to pretend to be her boyfriend! Mia tells her assistant that her bro has an on again, off again girlfriend named Brittany anyway. So, will Jenna continue to dampen the ardor of this handsome man and will she get the courage to show her drawings to Mia? Dear romcom fans, this viewer didn't see Kiss Number One but if its anything like this one, its good. What's not to like about a talented, fetching cast, a sweet, funny script, envious costumes, lovely sets and a confident direction? Therefore, kiss off any staid plans you don't want anyway and go get this winning flick instead.

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