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Kismet

What do you do when love strikes at the worst possible moment?

Dagny is convinced she’s about to get engaged while on holiday in England. What she doesn’t expect is getting dumped. To make matters worse, it happens on Christmas Eve.

Allison receives an assignment from her boss that will make Allison’s journalistic career. The investigation will call for one thing: her complete dedication to the story and nothing else.

The two meet on Christmas Eve night, and while Allison is brimming with joy, Dagny wants nothing to do with anyone. However, what’s worse? Being alone on a holiday or spending it with a stranger neither will probably ever see again?

There’s one major problem. They just might be perfect for each other despite the terrible timing.

Is it kismet or a curse?

Dagny gets dumped on Christmas Eve in England. Allison gets a career-changing assignment that demands her full attention.

They meet on the same night, but have opposite moods.

Can they find happiness together or is it bad luck?

A lesbian romance about fate and timing.

Main tropes & themes
Heat Level
Image of four flames to symbolize heat level 4
About this book

Genre

Contemporary Romance

Author(s)

TB Markinson

Length

360 pages

Formats

ebook, paperback, audiobook

Audio length

7 hrs. 40 mins.

Narrator

Lori Prince

Release date

September 28, 2021

Series

Standalone

What readers say
Carol Hutchinson
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Once again, T. B. Markinson has delivered a perfect romance, with a hint of comedy and humour. It was amazing!
Michelle Schuler
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Kismet by T.B. Markinson is a heartfelt story. She creates masterfully flawed characters with resolve.
Mari Stark
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It is a very beautiful romance, the characters are absolutely lovable, and the book is completely captivating.
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