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Review: Season’s Meetings

21 Jan



Season’s Meetings

By Amy Dunne

Catherine Birch is unhappily conned into spending Christmas with her best friend’s family in the Scottish Highlands. When she misses her flight, Catherine is forced to road trip with Holly Daniels. The two could not be more opposite. And when a raging snowstorm leaves them stranded, Catherine and Holly are left not only fighting each other but their escalating attraction.

I was a little late reading this story. Not that it’s old (the book was published in Dec. 2014), but it would have been the perfect to tale to read around Christmas. Season’s Meetings is a glowing romance with the necessary drama to forward the plot.

The story is well-written, though maybe not the most original. It is pretty easy to guess where the story is going when certain things occur, such as the snowstorm or when Catherine asks Holly to hide their budding romance from…

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[Book Review] Season’s Meetings By Amy Dunne & Paramount Coffee Ugly Sweater: Santa’s Gift to You

11 Jan

A brand new 4 star review of Season’s Meetings.

“All in all, this was a really nice holiday read with a great, slow burn romance and I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good holiday romance.”

Book & Coffee Addict


  • Title: Season’s Meetings
  • Series/Universe: Standalone
  • Author: Amy Dunne
  • Publisher: Bold Strokes Books, Inc.
  • Publication date: December 16th 2014
  • ISBN-13: 978-1-62639-284-7
  • Format: ebook
  • Page Count: 264 pages
  • Age Rating: Adult (semi-explicit sexual scenes)
  • How I got my hot little hands on it: Received an ARC to review
  • Publisher’s page: Season’s Meetings


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…

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