Calling Out to All Romance Readers…Help!

Ok, maybe my title is a little misleading…I don’t have a severe emergency. HOWEVER, I do need some help. We are officially in holiday mode, people! For me, that means all things holiday-ey. I’ve written before about how I love holiday movies. Add to the list holiday music, holiday crafts and activities. (I’ve recently succumbed to an ornament addiction…I don’t want to talk about it. I can stop whenever I want. Honest!) But as a romance novel devotee, I love me some holiday romance literature.  This is where you come in.  I need suggestions! I may have read some of the holiday offerings already, but chances are I may be turned onto books I’ve never read before.  I would love suggestions for new books to read.  If you think you can help, please post in the comments section. 

Thank you!

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2 thoughts on “Calling Out to All Romance Readers…Help!

  1. First for the crafts. This year I have discovered coffee filter hats! Take unused coffee filters and decorate with glitter, markers, crayons etc.

    No holiday season is complete without A Christmas Story, but Holiday Heart is a favorite holiday movie of mine. With Ving Rhames and Alfre Woodard you can’t go wrong.

    Holiday romances are a bit trickier for me , but here it goes:

    Their First Noelle by Leah Atwood. It is one of those mail order bride books.

    All I Want For Christmas is You (Book 1 Fate With a Helping Hand Holiday Romance) by Lisa Mondello

    Holiday Heat is “A Collection of Four Sexy Holiday Stories” Janelle Denison, Carly Phillips, Leslie Kelly, and Julie Leto

    The Holiday by Kai Miller

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