Christmas wishes and mistletoe kisses.
The story of Nick and Jane, two friends who get lost in an old mansion while on a Christmas vacation, is the basis for Nick and Jane’s storybook Christmas wishes and mistletoe kisses.
Abbey is hired to clear the old estate of rich businessman Nick.
While still maintaining the holiday spirit, she must tear down the old barrier between them by allowing the couple to share one room. When the husband of Miss Watson comes to visit, Miss Watson hires Abbey as a spy to keep track of him. When Miss Watson’s husband returns home with his new partner, Miss Watson gets jealous and decides to put an end to their romance.
After some time, Miss Watson realizes that she has been neglecting her duties and decides to get back in touch with Nick and Jane. But when she refuses to give them Christmas wishes and mistletoe kisses, Nick and Jane are forced to kiss each other and enjoy Christmas together. Before leaving, Nick asks Miss Watson if she could give them a Christmas book out on the estate.
She agrees and lets them enjoy lunch and tea with the other people who work there.
Once the couple leaves, they are spotted by Miss Watson’s former governess, Mrs. Bedelia. She wants to punish the lovers for their insensitivity towards her husband. She tells Nick and Jane to kiss each other while she goes out in search of Mr. Mulch, whom she believes is also an unloved father.
However, before going out, she tells Miss Watson that she has received an anonymous letter from him and wishes to meet him. The two finally reunite in the evening and find out that the whole thing was a lie.
Mrs. Hawkins, who was Mrs. Albright’s former governess, finds herself taken ill and confined to the house. Her only means of communication is through her son, Harry. She tells Harry about the Christmas wishes, and mistletoe kisses were arranged between them. At the end of the novel, Mrs. Hawkins thanks Harry for setting up the meeting, which prompts Harry to go back to the fictional Island of Beach House.
Two years later, Harry returns to the fictional Island of Beach House along with Miss Watson, and they continue with their plan to catch Mr. Mulch and make him reveal the identity of his lover. To do so, they have to break into a house, which has been transformed into a sugar-mill. They enter through the back door and are greeted by a cheerleader. Inside the house, they encounter a middle-aged blonde girl and a blond boy. As they continue to search for the real intruders, Miss Watson develops a romantic relationship with the blond boy and falls in love with him.
During the Christmas holidays, they run into Miss Watson again, and they share a cup of coffee. The following morning, Harry finds out that the whole thing really happened when he and Miss Watson went on a hike in the woods. In the end, they must break into a house where Santa Claus lives, and they discover that Santa took Miss Watson’s heart away from her. As they leave the house, Harry sees the couple kiss, and he follows them, but when they get away, he realizes that Miss Watson had had a heart attack.
“The Christmas Wish” and “Mistletoe Kisses Cast Out” are just two examples of the many stories written during the time period of the author’s life. A good example is “A Christmas Carol,” which depicts the adventures of a young girl named Lily, who lives in a small English village. Lily lives with her mother and father and her younger brother. Lily always longs to have a snowman for a pet, so one night her father tells her that he can give her one if she promises to do some chores for him on Xmas eve.
Lily agrees to the terms, but when she goes to do the chores, she gets crazy. One of the tasks that Lily cannot handle is to bake a cake, so she steals one from the kitchen and goes to steal a gift that Santa Claus is going to give her. She also steals some cookies from the cookies and cake shop, and later on, Santa Claus notices the stolen gifts, and he decides that he needs all of them to make his Christmas wish for everyone. To complete the story, Lily tells Santa Claus that she made a great Christmas wish but that she needs mistletoe to help her make it.