- Dream a Little Dream by Jill Shalvis
- Every Year by Kristen Ashley
- Silent Night by Hope Ramsay
- Have Yourself a Messy Little Christmas by Molly Cannon
Genre: Contemporary, Holiday Romance
Curl up with this heartwarming Christmas collection!
Jill Shalvis, Dream a Little Dream: Melissa has kept every man at a safe distance-especially firefighter Ian, a sexy friend with sexy benefits. But Ian secretly longs for more. Luckily, ’tis the season for giving love a chance . . .
Kristen Ashley, Every Year: Holidays don’t come easy for Shy and his brother, Landon. But with the magic of Christmas, along with a little help from Tabby and her family, the Cage brothers are about to get the gift of a lifetime . . .
Hope Ramsay, Silent Night: Down on her luck and evicted from her apartment, single mother Maryanne hopes to start over in Last Chance. When the snow begins to fall, it looks like her baby might literally spend Christmas Eve in a manger. And Maryanne might celebrate the holiday with a handsome stranger.
Molly Cannon, Have Yourself a Messy Little Christmas: Lincoln is a bachelor who’s set in his ways-until a professional organizer dressed up as Mrs. Claus changes his life, one tip at a time. . .
Marilyn Pappano, A Family for Christmas: War widow Ilena doesn’t mind spending Christmas alone. But when a new doctor blows into town with the winter wind, will she get her secret Christmas wish?
Thoughts: If you haven’t clued in yet I love a good Christmas love story. Every year I read as many as I can. Some I re-read every year.
As soon as this book hit my kindle I was reading it. I didn’t care that it was 11 at night and I had to get up at 5 the next morning. I read the whole thing that night. Like always there is one story that I’m meh about while I love the others.
The stories are full of love, hope and Christmas spirit. Jill Shalvis takes us back to Luck Harbor (one of my favorite series) and Kristen Ahsley reunites us with Tabby and Shy from Chaos (another one of my favorite series). I loved seeing what was happening with these characters, and how they celebrated the holidays.
Molly Cannon made me laugh as Lincoln and the organizer his mother has hired disrupts his not organized life, and awakens in him things he hadn’t realized were missing.
I loved Marilyn Pappano’s story so much I went to her website to find out if there were other books in his town she’d created. Yes it’s that good.
Unfortunately I didn’t enjoy Hope Ramsey’s book. I just didn’t connect with the characters or the story.
Overall this is a great addition to some great holiday reads.