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2015 Rainbow Awards Honorable Mention: Season's Meetings by Amy Dunne

Season's Meetings by Amy Dunne
Lesbian Romantic Comedy
Paperback: 264 pages
Publisher: Bold Strokes Books (December 16, 2014)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1626392277
ISBN-13: 978-1626392274
Amazon: Season's Meetings
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Could the festive road trip from hell actually lead to love?

Catherine Birch is a lonely workaholic who hates Christmas. This year, she is being forced to celebrate with her best friend’s family in the Highlands of Scotland. Having missed her flight, Catherine reluctantly ventures on a road trip with beautiful stranger Holly Daniels.

Although polar opposites, the intense attraction between them is unmistakable. Just as Catherine begins to think spending Christmas with Holly might not be so bad, a raging snowstorm leaves them stranded in the middle of nowhere. Huddled together, with little chance of rescue, they forge a pact: if they escape, they’ll make this a Christmas to remember. But will it be remembered for the right reasons?

I really enjoyed this book.  You could feel like you were with the characters especially when they were stranded in that decrepit car in the snow.  A wonderful holiday romance!

A light, enjoyable holiday romance with a cute dog who almost steals the story. I look forward to revisiting this book each Christmas season.

Catherine and Holly were a breath of fresh air. They’re funny, sweet, complete opposites, and totally made for each other. Add in an adorable Cairn terrier named Kimmy, and I was hooked.

Christmas - Scotland - Romance - a workaholic that we an all identify with - Perfection.

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