Liz Flowers is house sitting and dog sitting for her ex mother in law, that too in a small Montana town. It is Christmastime and she misses her daughter. Said daughter is away in Mexico for a wedding. Liz is invited to a local party and comes across a handsome rancher.
Blake Canon is up to his ears in debt. He is going to lose his ranch and is pretty resigned to his fate. His son is away in Mexico for a wedding, and he attends a party just to while away the time. he comes across Liz and they realize they know each other. They were both married into the same family! Initially the whole family tree is a bit hard to figure out but you gradually get the hang of it. Liz and Blake share some common experiences and end up spending time together. They have a fling, and are caught in the act by their teenage kids. What could be worse?
Blake and Liz feel the heat but are too different. Liz is rich with a flourishing spa business. Blake is counting pennies. His pride won’t let him commit to Liz. They have loads of fun, and their kids are already cousins. But a difficult decision has to be made.
Will kissing under the mistletoe be charming enough. Will Christmas bring a miracle into the lives of these two giving them a second chance? If you think love is timeless, and still believe in Christmas miracles, Blame the Mistletoe is for you. Its also a great present for the cynics in your life.