The weather outside is cold and the perfect time to snuggle up with a holiday romance. Through the Snow Globe by Annie Rains delivered a charming It’s A Wonderful Life meets Ground Hog Day romance that will leave you feeling fuzzy and warm.
I curled up with Faking Christmas by Kerry Winfrey and lost myself in this warm & fuzzy Christmas in Connecticut retelling. A farm, goats, mishaps and the magic of the holidays await you in this delightful tale. Grab some hot cocoa and check out this enemies-to-lovers, fake marriage, forced proximity romance.
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.
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.
Debbie Macomber’s holiday stories always put me in a holiday mood. The Christmas Spirit delivered just that as we learn the story of the week, Peter Armstrong and Hank Colfax switched places for a week. A delightful tale that will warm your heart with two romances and goodwill.
Let it snow. Grab the hot cocoa, crank up the holiday music. Too soon? Agreed, but it is time to mark your calendar and sign up for our annual Ho-Ho-Ho Readathon. During the thon we encourage you to read or listen to as many holiday or winter themed books as you can. There will be fun events, contests, prizes and more. Get all the details below, then sign up and invite your bookish friends!