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Christmas at Rainbow Falls

Christmas at Rainbow Falls is a sweet small town romance written in the style of your favorite holiday movies, so grab a cup of cocoa and snuggle in for some yuletide cheer!

When a disastrous mistake at work puts her career in jeopardy, Natalie Dunbar retreats to the small Vermont town of Rainbow Falls to settle the estate of an aunt she hardly knew. As the sole heir of half a building on Main Street, complete with an independent bookstore and second-floor apartment, Natalie hunkers down to figure out how to save her future.

The problem? Her new neighbor, who owns the other half of the building, hates her at first sight.

Celeste Wagner has wanted to leave small-town living in the rearview mirror since the day her mom dragged her to sleepy Rainbow Falls as a teenager to open a bakery and cafe. With her mother’s death the previous year, Celeste has been itching to sell and go back to New York City where she might finally feel like she belongs.

The problem? She needs the new bookshop owner to agree to sell her half of the building, too, but the woman refuses to see reason.

When an unexpected crisis forces the two women to team up to bring the town’s Christmas on Main Street festival back to life, Natalie and Celeste just might discover there’s more to the other woman than meets the eye. Could it be they’re both exactly where they need to be after all?

TB Markinson and Miranda MacLeod are a sapphic romance writing duo who write heartwarming and hilarious happily ever afters with quirky casts of characters and lots of snark.

Natalie Dunbar inherits a bookstore and an apartment in Rainbow Falls, Vermont, after a career mishap.

Her neighbor, Celeste Wagner, wants to sell her bakery and move to New York City, but needs Natalie’s consent.

They clash at first, but a festive emergency brings them closer. Will they find love and happiness in the small town?

This is a sapphic romance by TB Markinson and Miranda MacLeod, full of humor and heart.

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Image of four flames to symbolize heat level 4
About this book

Genre

Contemporary Romance

Author(s)

Miranda MacLeod & TB Markinson

Length

262 pages

Formats

ebook, paperback, audiobook

Audio length

5 hrs. 52 mins.

Narrator

Lori Prince

Release date

November 19, 2022

Series

Standalone

What readers say
Eva Reddy
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This one is so good I've added it to my re-read list.
Carol Hutchinson
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So many amazing moments that just made a brilliant Christmas romance.
Lorraine Rusnack
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This really could be a Hallmark movie.
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