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A big family reunion at the lake house is two weeks away, and designer-builder Danielle Bryk gets stressed out over the tight deadline.

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The deadline is two weeks away, and Danielle feels the stress when a water pump malfunctions and leaves the house with no running water; she races against the clock to create a warm, cozy home before the entire family shows up for the big reunion.
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With only six weeks until the Christmas deadline, Danielle's list of things to do is endless; the weather turns cold and threatens to delay the project, and her sister gets sick.
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Danielle Bryk helps her sister and brother-in-law build their lake house; the build is just past the framing stage, and Danielle must see it through to the end in just four months.
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Designer and builder Danielle Bryk is thrown into the hardest project of her career - helping her sister and brother-in-law build their lake house. The build is in the middle, just past the framing stage, and Danielle is tasked with seeing it all through to the end - on time and on budget. Her sister Terry's expensive taste will be a challenge, and also the goal to have it all finished by Christmas - in only 4 months!

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