When yet another acting rejection stuns Wynter Holly, she decides to give up acting altogether—until her friends set her up for potential success with an unconventional, and perhaps unsuitable, intervention.
All Wynter Holly, aka stage name Wyn Hall, wants for Christmas is to be cast in a significant role in the upcoming Harbor Falls Actor's Playhouse production. What she gets is a gig playing nanny to four children who happen to be attached to the casting director of the play—the casting director who doesn't think she's suitable for any role in the play.
All Rob Black wants for Christmas is happy children and to be home. After all, he promised his brother and sister-in-law he would take good care of their kids while they enjoyed a second honeymoon, and that he'd provide them with a special Christmas. His niece and three nephews deserve a great Christmas but unfortunately, Rob has to fly off to California to satisfy his business partner, and can't deliver on his promise.
Can the nanny come to his rescue? And can Wyn play-act her way through this nanny business?
A series of twisted tales set both Wyn and Rob on a path of untruths they finally have to face. Have they both been cast in unsuitable roles? Or are they each exactly where they need to be?