Narrated by Stella Hunter & Shane East, Making Merry by Kerrigan Byrne is a standalone novella in the historical romance series, Goodie Girls & Victorian Rebels. I grabbed this for the Ho-Ho-Ho readathon last year and finally listened during this year’s thon. Heat, snark and paranormal elements await you in this delightfully sinful romance.
Ballgowns & Butterflies and Ghosts & Garlands by Kelley Armstrong
Today I am sharing two holiday novellas from Kelley Armstrong’s A Stitch in Time series. These were the perfect novellas to kick off the Ho-Ho-Ho readathon this year. Grab some hot cocoa and see why I enjoyed them….
Home Sweet Christmas by Susan Mallery
Susan Mallery takes us back to Wishing Tree in this standalone contemporary holiday romance. Filled with meddling mothers, dogs, Christmas cookie bake-offs and unexpected romance you won’t want to miss. Home Sweet Christmas is the perfect read for a cold winter’s night.
The Christmas Wedding Guest by Susan Mallery
I grabbed The Christmas Wedding Guest by Susan Mallery from my library and was enchanted. This is the first novel in the Wishing Tree series. It’s a delightful tale about second chances, scared dogs, friends, family, and new beginnings. You’ll want to grab some hot cocoa and curl up by the fire as you travel to Wishing Tree this holiday season….
How the Grump Saved Christmas by Claire Kingsley
I love the grumpy/sunshine trope and grabbed How the Grump Saved Christmas by Claire Kingsley through Kindle Unlimited. A holiday second chance romance on a Christmas tree farm with reindeers and donkeys? Yes, please. Grab some hot cocoa and see why I recommend it.
A Wish for Winter by Viola Shipman
A Wish for Winter by Viola Shipman takes us to Petoskey, Michigan, a lakeside community where we meet Susan, her grandparents and their employees at the family bookstore, Sleigh By the Bay. Susan’s grandparents have a unique love story, and Susan has been searching for her own Kris Kringle. The tale that unfolds will delight you…..