Matchmaking, mansions, and murder – just another Tuesday at the castle for this princess.
Twelve years of tossing pizzas in his small town in Alabama is like a dream come true for William Monroe, but his sister is ready to leave the Podunk place, desperate to find herself a man and get hitched. He’s not too thrilled to hear about the mansion in Freezing Somewhere North she’s dragging him to, claiming the tourist attraction is haunted with the spirit of Cupid, and it’s his job to make sure she doesn’t fall for the first guy who looks her way.
Winter’s been running the Frostville mansion ever since she inherited a hefty sum of cash, wanting to give back in a fun and profitable way for her home city. Creating a murder mystery week for her guests, she gives herself the job of matchmaking the lucky patrons, picking out the ones who seem best suited for one another. She’s found satisfaction in helping others find love, even though she is perfectly happy single.
But when the outspoken and excitable man from Alabama arrives, she wonders if she should aim Cupid’s arrow at herself instead.
Cupid had his sights set on her… but he aimed a little too well.
Maybelle Monroe is ready to find that man of her dreams. At thirty-six, she feels her clock ticking, and there are no takers in her hometown in Alabama. After a disastrous date—or non-date—Maybelle’s desperation hits an all-time high, and she books herself a week-long trip in Frostville, a magical mansion in Michigan said to be haunted by Cupid.
Accompanied by her brother, she enters the mansion ready to get shot right in the heart with an arrow, but when two perfect men start giving her attention, something she never thought would happen, she has to decide which one is Mr. Right.