Monday, November 22, 2021

It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year

This year I am hoping to feature more holiday books than ever before. I never really got into holiday books until last year. I gravitated towards them during the pandemic and haven't looked back!  Sometimes they are a nice escape where everyone get a happy ending (most of the time!), the snow always falls at the right time, and there's always something heartwarming about to happen.  Here are the holiday books I've had my eye on for this season:

 


1.  The Christmas Wedding Guest by Susan Mallery
This is the start of a new series and it's all about the Somerville sisters and their chance at love.
 

 


2.  Christmas in Peachtree Bluff by Kristy Woodson Harvey
I love that Harvey has continued the Peachtree Bluff series with a holiday tale. 

 

 

 

3.  Celebration at Christmas Cove by Carrie Jansen
This novel is a a New England holiday romance and the start to a promising  new series. 



4.  The Santa Suit by Mary Kay Andrews
I am usually a fan of Andrews's summer novels, so I knew I had to get a copy of her holiday novella about Christmas magic and second chances. 

 

 


5.  The Christmas Bookshop by Jenny Colgan
Jenny Colgan always writes such heartwarming reads and this one is set in Edinburgh. Don't you love the cover?

 

 

6.  Meet Me in London by Georgia Toffolo 
A pretend engagement set in London during the holidays. Yes, please! 

 

 

7.  An Island Christmas by Nancy Thayer
Nantucket at Christmastime sounds like a win. I love Thayer's beach reads and read Let It Snow a few years ago, so I am looking forward to this one.

 

 

 

8.  Christmas Bells by Jennifer Chiaverini
I am so intrigued by this holiday read inspired by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's poem, "Christmas Bells." This book has been on my TBR list for awhile!  I adore the cover, which initially caught my eye.


I don't think I will get to them all, but this is my very hopeful TBR list. What holiday books do you hope to read this year? Are any of these books on your list?  Let me know in the comments below.

4 comments:

  1. I started reading holiday books almost right after Halloween! Definitely was in the mood for them this year. I have a copy of Meet Me in London that I still need to get to.

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    1. Me too! I hope you like Meet Me in London - it was super cute! Thanks for visiting, Angela.

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  2. I really got into holiday books only a couple years ago - I've already read a bunch this year so far and have quite a few more on my TBR! Hope you enjoy yours!

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  3. Thanks for mentioning Christmas in Peachtree Bluff!

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