Colorado firefighter Dane Cavendish is managing to get through his second Christmas season without his wife, who died of a brain tumor. When, on a snowy evening a few days before Christmas, Dane sees someone huddled underneath an overpass, he offers the man a place to stay.
Sometimes you do not truly observe something until you study it in reverse', writes Karim Issar upon arrival to New York City from Qatar in 1999. Fluent in numbers, logic, and business jargon, yet often baffled by human connection, the young financial wizard soon creates a computer program named Kapitoil’ that predicts oil futures and reaps…
Sayer Mills lost his job and subsequently everything he had and seems determined not to take advantage of Dane's kindness. Dane wants Sayer to stay, but he’s beginning to think maybe Sayer just isn’t into him. But a close call for Dane on the job finally jolts Sayer into making it a Christmas to remember.