It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year or so the song says. It pretty much is that if you enjoy holiday books. There is a plethora of reads for this time of the year and it really doesn’t matter what your taste in books whether it’s spicy hot aliens or a sweet little child trying to keep her family together.
First up, I’m recommending a bit of dual author action with Home For Christmas: A Holiday Duet by JoAnn Ross and Jessica Scott offering two stories of people coming home for a bit of romance.
Next, for the Sweet Romance lover, I discovered a whole box of goodies: Sweet Christmas Kisses: Fourteen Sweet Christmas Romances.
Need something sexy to come put out your fire? Here is a new installment of the Bachelor Firefighters series for your reading pleasure: It’s a Wonderful Fireman by Jennifer Bernard
Oh, and I really wasn’t kidding about the hot aliens celebrating the Yuletide. Here’s Eve Langlais’ latest hottie purple alien in Holiday Abduction
Or maybe you like to spend holidays in the past. Here’s a fun Victorian Holiday Romp: What Happens at Christmas by Victoria Alexander
Nothing like a bit of mountain ruggedness and a SEAL turned cowboy to tangle up your tinsel. The Christmas Ranch by RaeAnne Thayne
And let’s round it off with another huginormous Christmas box set plump with PNR reading: Kiss of Christmas Magic: Twenty Paranormal Holiday Tales of Werewolves, Shifters, Vampires, Elves, Witches, Dragons, Fey, Ghosts and More
I’m going to stop there, but I seriously could go on and on. There are just so many wonderful Christmas and holiday reading out there. Read a good one lately? Feel free to share.
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