Saying goodbye can be hard. Remembering the good times can help, sometimes. Especially in the icy quiet of December. Andy is struggling to cope with the fact that his husband Michael has passed away. But Michael's last message, written in a letter, will surprise him.
Similar to Christmas caroling, residents go from store to store and are rewarded with treats. Traditional Julebukking involves a kind of masquerade, where carolers where costumes and masks and attempt to hide their identity from those they are singing to, while the recipients try to guess who's behind the mask.
Darren is in a crisis on Christmas Eve. His pain is unbearable and he only wants one thing... peace... peace from the memories of another Christmas Eve that has haunted him for two years. It there someone or something that can help him find it?
Wil is lonely and there is only a month until Christmas. He decides to take matters into his own hands. But then there is The Letter ... should he open it? And if he does, how will the contents affect his life?
Dean was hating the Christmas season. He'd been roped into working as Santa's aide by his boss, and he was just done with it. Annoying parents, crying tots, greedy kids—it was rapidly becoming too much. Until he meets Chase... and his irritation melts under Chase's Christmas wish.