Will this be the decision that introduces the ending to a lifelong friendship?
Gibson is the visionary. Sam is his anchor.
Gibson had this great idea. If he and Sam were to pretend they were a couple, everyone would believe it. They already do everything together anyway. He'd love nothing more than to have Sam sit beside him at the Thanksgiving dinner table. It took some persuasion, but Sam finally agreed to the ruse.
Sam's father, Charles Ellis, has an opinion on the matter. Gibson is not good enough for his daughter, and he has the perfect person to prove it. Charles hired Greg as an apprentice to help him run his company. It isn't a coincidence that Greg shows up on behalf of the construction company to help Sam with community projects at her job at the radio station.
Gibson's idea wasn't as well planned as he thought. A simple charade, meant to make Gibson and Sam's lives easier, takes the two best friends through twists and turns that test the foundation of their friendship.
Will this bring them closer? Or will it prove that Sam's father was right all along?
Paradise Hills Thanksgiving is a small town, feel-good, love story that readers of Hallmark Channel stories would enjoy.