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Doesn’t everyone deserve a second chance?

Poinsettia Collins hates Christmas. Tia’s lived with that awful name for her whole life, so it was just her luck that her college girlfriend would cheat on her on Christmas Eve. Twenty years later, when Tia unexpectedly inherits a distant relative’s Christmas tree farm, she thinks fate couldn’t be laughing any harder....

Then the woman who broke her heart shows up on the farm’s doorstep with a half-frozen kitten and nowhere to go for the holidays.

Meg Bartlett’s world fell apart when her girlfriend wrongfully accused her of being unfaithful. When she comes home for Christmas after a long time away, Tia is the last person she expects to see, but maybe now she’ll get the chance to set the record straight. That is, if Tia will finally believe her. And if Tia does...how can she possibly ever win Meg back? 

Best-selling author Marian Snowe brings you this sweet Christmas novella of second chances and holiday warmth.

©2019 Marian Snowe (P)2020 Marian Snowe

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Second Chance

This was a nice book to listen too with a Christmas atmosphere, also with it being approx 3hrs long. It’s a second chance of romance after 20 years of not seeing each other, after wrongly being accused of cheating; there is a message in the book about listening to your partners side of the story before saying it’s over, giving them chance to explain.

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  • Kara
  • 09-04-20

Second-chance romance with humor and likable MCs

“Peppermint Kiss” is a sweet second-chance story with lots of humor and enjoyable narration. This is the first book I’ve listened to narrated by Leanne Woodward, and I look forward to more audiobooks by her. She delivers a good performance, but it sounded like she may have been battling a cold….mildly distracting, as I made a note to mention. Also, she varies more than usual with sometimes being highly enthusiastic, and sometimes just reading the material aloud. We open with MC Meg knocking on her parents door for the first time in two years. When there’s no answer, she arrives at the only logical conclusion: they may have been attacked by giant sandworms like in the movie “Tremors”! Hahahahaha So, breaking into the house by a window, she meets the crabby neighbor who tells her her parents are on a Christmas cruise in Florida, and Meg can now look after the house….broken window and all. Great. No acting work, no girlfriend, and now house-sitting. So, she goes for a walk, and discovers a kitten in the streetside mailbox of a farmhouse. Knocking on the door, she finds MC Poinsetta (Tia), who nearly slams the door on Meg - the ex who cheated on her at Christmas 20 years ago, ruining Christmas and poisoning other relationships for Tia with resultant trust issues. Only….Meg hadn’t cheated, and Tia hadn’t given Meg the benefit of the doubt and discussed the accusation with her. Finally, Tia discovers the truth and tries to make amends. The antics of the once-lovers, now somethings, was very cute, but their actions and inner thinkings seemed much more appropriate for 24yo’s, not the 38yo’s there are. Shopping for Christmas decor and ice skating leads to hand holding, a kiss, and a fade-to-black as they get ready for action. So, cute story reconciling a two-decades old rift between to likable women who finally begin to communicate. 4* I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. My rating and my review was not in anyway affected by my having been provided a review copy.

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  • Janice Best
  • 08-03-20

Good book

This was a nice story - and a good message about not believing everything you hear, and a side story about making amends. The narrator didn’t use different voices for the characters. I am totally fine with that. It makes the listening very smooth. But the narrator had a happy tone - almost breathless - almost throughout, and didn’t change pacing or tone or volume much, which made it a bit hard to listen to. Still, it was a good book and good narration.

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  • Ella
  • 06-03-20

lovely lesbians

fluffy lesbian love story, and a second chance romance. I loved this recommend as a cute lesbian love story.