Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Reading Under the Mistletoe: Holiday Romances (Part 1)



Christmas Romances Part 1For those with love on their minds or in their hearts, it's never too early to start thinking about Christmas. Here's a short list (there are many others!) of Christmas-themed romance novels that will have you hanging mistletoe in your own doorway.

 

 

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Snowfall on Haven Point by RaeAnne Thayne - Thayne's readers love her enheartening stories, and if you're new to her series, now is the best time to jump right in to discover what all the fuss is about. Single mom Andrea, who is a newcomer to Haven Point, agrees to help her friend's brother recover from a hit-and-run accident, only to discover that by turning to each other, they are going to help each other recover the Christmas spirit that has been absent since her husband's death two years earlier. If you decide to read only one holiday romance this year, make this it.
 

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Christmas at Promise Lodge by Charlotte Hubbard - Feisty widow Mattie Schwartz is happy to celebrate the newest wedding in Promise Lodge but not so willing to embrace married life again, despite pressure from the bishop and her own growing feelings for Amos Troyer. Slow-growing love forms the core of this Amish romance perfect for those who enjoy stories that follow the path of the heart.
 

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A Highlander's Christmas Kiss by Paula Quinn - What could be better than being wrapped up in a cozy plaid in front of a fire? Reading Paula Quinn's historical romance featuring wounded but hunky Highlander Cailean Grant, that's what. Can the holiday season help Temperance Menzie past her grief and anger to find love with the last man she should ever let into her heart?
 

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The Trouble with Mistletoe by Jill Shalvis - Although Keane Winters stood up Willa Davis at a high school dance years ago—and, worse, doesn't even remember doing it—Willa can't help but aid Keane when he finds himself the temporary owner of a grumpy cat. (Not, not the Grumpy Cat, though that would have been awesome.) Bad ex-boyfriends, a dog wedding, and well-meaning friends almost keep Willa and Keane apart, but when mistletoe beckons, there's no ignoring the call.
 

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Christmas in Eternity Springs by Emily March - The gift of family—either born or found—forms the foundation of another one of Emily March's emotion-wringing romances as handyman Jax tries to unwrap the bound-up heart of Claire, who has strong reasons for disliking the holiday. More sweet than sexy, this story will make you want to spread healing and joy to the world.
 

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Twelve Days of Christmas by Debbie Macomber - Macomber's newest pits a friendly optimist against a bah-humbug pessimist. When Julie decides to focus her blog on how she's going to kill her surly neighbor with kindness during the holiday season, she doesn't expect the amount of traffic and support she gets from her blog readers--or expect that her neighbor, Cain, isn't actually as bad as he first acts. Macomber's characters gravitate toward the light even during their darkest moments, and this heartwarming holiday season-starter will get you in a generous frame of mind.
 

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A Very Jaguar Christmas by Terry Spear - Spear's two series—wolf and jaguar—finally cross over in this holiday mystery in which a young abandoned jaguar shifter turns out to be a wolf shifter, throwing Demetria and Everett into confusion even as they search for the cub's missing family. The mystery of wolf shifter's identity is the driving force of the novel, but this friends-to-lovers storyline will satisfy readers' need for romance.
 

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