Hi there! Today I’m catching up on all the Christmas reads I’ve read this fall. Some made the blog, others haven’t. Still, I’ve enjoyed these books, and hope you might find one (or three) to entertain you.
I adored Brenda Novak’s THE HEART OF CHRISTMAS. A great story about an unlikely couple finding love (and more) in Whiskey Creek.
In THE TROUBLE WITH CHRISTMAS a rich man finds a real holiday with a quiet, unassuming chef who pulls his coals from the fire. This is a novella.
Kat and Stone Bastion’s THREE CHRISTMASES is a steamy/sexy read.
A VERY MARRIED CHRISTMAS reunites an estranged couple on the brink of divorce. This one had a bit of steam, and a lot of heart.
Rivals find love in JUST IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS. It’s a fun reconnection story about adults who had a teen attraction and come together to make it happen years later.
For those who want to reminisce over Christmases gone by, I loved 8-BIT CHRISTMAS about a boy growing up in the 1980’s and wishing for a Nintendo. It is not a romance, but it cracked me the heck up.
Super erotica from Lily Harlem–in the form of CHRISTMAS CRACKERS: CANDY CANES AND COAL DUST puts a downhearted woman at the center of a man-sandwich.
Kelly Jamieson’s THREE OF HEARTS features three country singers finding love…with each other. It’s a sexy menage.
HOLIDAY AT MAGNOLIA BAY is a nice military romance with a heart-warming familial reconciliation.
Heidi Cullinan’s SLEIGH RIDE is a great M/M romance, with a super Christmas theme. I just adored this story, of a shy librarian and a out-and-proud lumberjack. D-Lish.
Cat Grant’s A YEAR IN THE LIFE begins a new series and a tender romance between a young, interracial couple.
Piper Vaughn’s THE WORKING ELF BLUES features a lonely man and the Christmas elf who loves him.
I just finished reading ONE HOLIDAY EVER AFTER which is a three novella compilation–and it’s fantastic. I haven’t had a chance to write a review for it, but oh! it’s a great read. I’ve attached the DREAMSPINNER LINK because it’s on sale there for 25% off. But you can also find it on Amazon.
Well, folks, that’s a good list to get started. I hope all who read this have a great holiday season and a Happy 2015!
As always, thanks for popping in and keep reading my friends!