Category: Holiday Titles


REVIEW: Christmas on the Coast by Lee Tobin McClain
20th Oct / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Christmas on the Coast by Lee Tobin McClain

Christmas on the Coast by Lee Tobin McClain is the third book in The Off Season series but I feel like I didn’t miss anything by reading it as a stand-alone. This was a new author for me, and I really enjoyed reading the book. It was beautifully written, very emotional, […]

REVIEW: The Twelve Dates of Christmas by Jenny Bayliss
19th Oct / 8 Comments

REVIEW: The Twelve Dates of Christmas by Jenny Bayliss

In The Twelve Dates of Christmas by Jenny Bayliss, Kate Turner figured that by her mid-thirties she would have her life pretty well sorted out. But not so much. She has a rewarding career creating beautiful art; a loving bunch of family and friends in their tiny English village of […]

REVIEW: All About Us by Tom Ellen
17th Oct / 1 Comment

REVIEW: All About Us by Tom Ellen

All About Us by Tom Ellen: A time jumping narrative is never an easy thing to pull off with a sense of originally, given it has been covered, wrapped up and then bundled away in time-jumping bubble wrap repeatedly. However, All About Us managed to achieve some feats with it’s overarching […]

REVIEW: Happily This Christmas by Susan Mallery
16th Oct / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Happily This Christmas by Susan Mallery

In Happily This Christmas (Happily Inc #6) by Susan Mallery, Happily Inc has been Wynn Beauchene’s safe haven for many years. She loves the close friends she’s made and the fact that her fourteen-year-old son Hunter gets to grow up in a small but thriving town. She’s even made her […]

REVIEW: Holiday Hookup by Jamie K. Schmidt
15th Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Holiday Hookup by Jamie K. Schmidt

Holiday Hookup by Jamie K. Schmidt is a sexy vacation themed romance for an overworked, over-stressed executive and the chef hired for his relaxation retreat. Blaine Stephens doesn’t want to be in Maui at a wellness resort but his family has sent him there for his own health after a […]

REVIEW: A Princess for Christmas by Jenny Holiday
14th Oct / 2 Comments

REVIEW: A Princess for Christmas by Jenny Holiday

A Princess for Christmas by Jenny Holiday: For most people Christmas is a happy joyful time to be with family and just chill, well that’s not the case for these two very different individuals, but it is exactly these differences that bring this unlikely pair together. Leo Ricci is just trying […]

REVIEW: The Merriest Magnolia by Michelle Major
13th Oct / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Merriest Magnolia by Michelle Major

The Merriest Magnolia (Magnolia Sisters #2) by Michelle Major: Dueling revitalization plans for Magnolia, North Carolina present an excellently written conflict and resolution in this charming small town Christmas romance. Carrie Reed was considered the town Princess growing up in Magnolia, North Carolina. Niall Reed was her father and he was […]

REVIEW: Why I Held Your Hand by Augusta Reilly
13th Oct / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Why I Held Your Hand by Augusta Reilly

In Why I Held Your Hand by Augusta Reilly, Laura Delaney is determined to save her town by bringing in tourism. In order to do this, she hires a firm to help with marketing the town. She has an instant attraction to David Harper, one of the people assigned to […]

REVIEW: Smokin’ Hot Cowboy Christmas by Kim Redford
10th Oct / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Smokin’ Hot Cowboy Christmas by Kim Redford

Smokin’ Hot Cowboy Christmas by Kim Redford is the seventh book in her Smokin’ Hot Cowboys series. The Buick Brigade strikes again! There’s no stopping them. Belle Tarleton has moved into the family ranch in Wildcat Bluff. She has lots of plans for the place. As CEO of the Lulabelle […]

REVIEW: In a Holidaze by Christina Lauren
7th Oct / 6 Comments

REVIEW: In a Holidaze by Christina Lauren

In In a Holidaze by Christina Lauren, The aging but still beautiful cabin Maelyn Jones and her family visit every year for Christmas in Park City, Utah, is her happy place. The snow, the festive decorations, and getting to catch up with her parents’ friends who have become her extended […]