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A few days ago I posted about my favourite books this year for children at Christmas. Today is all about adult fiction with a Christmas theme! I find reading about Christmas really helps to get me in the mood and these three books are perfect for that!
Mistletoe on 34th Street by Lisa Dickenson
Olivia has never experienced a snow-covered, ‘traditional’ Christmas before. Having grown up in a family that chose winter sun over decking the halls, she’s not sure what all the fuss is about. So when she and her colleagues are stranded in New York after a work trip, Olivia is perfectly happy spending the holiday season in the Big Apple.
Jon, Olivia’s friend, on the other hand is desperate to get home in time for his big family get-together. Nevertheless, determined to make the best out of the situation, he sets out to show Olivia how enchanting Christmas in New York can be. And when handsome New Yorker Elijah is added to the mix, could the magic of the season finally be working its charm on Olivia? As 25 December draws closer, Olivia suddenly finds herself with a decision to make: who does she really want to kiss under the mistletoe this Christmas?
Miracle On 5th Avenue (From Manhattan with Love, Book 3) by Sarah Morgan
Hopeless romantic Eva Jordan loves everything about Christmas. Even if she is spending it alone housesitting a spectacular Fifth Avenue apartment. What she didn’t expect was to find the penthouse still occupied by its gorgeous–and mysterious–owner.
Bestselling crime writer Lucas Blade is having the nightmare before Christmas. With a deadline and the anniversary of his wife’s death looming, he’s isolated himself in his penthouse with only his grief for company. But when the blizzard of the century leaves Eva snowbound in his apartment, Lucas starts to open up to the magic she brings…This Christmas, is Lucas finally ready to trust that happily-ever-afters do exist?
Christmas at Little Beach Street Bakery by Jenny Colgan
It’s Christmas in the Cornish coastal village of Mount Polbearne – a time for family, friends and feasting.
Polly Waterford loves running the Little Beach Street Bakery. She’s at her happiest when she’s creating delicious treats and the festive season always inspires her to bake and knead something extra special for the village residents. In fact, the only thing she loves more than her bakery is curling up with her gorgeous boyfriend, Huckle. She’s determined that this Christmas is going to be their best one yet, but life doesn’t always work out as planned…
When Polly’s best friend Kerensa turns up with a secret that threatens the life Polly and Huckle have built together, the future begins to look uncertain. And then a face from Polly’s past reappears and things become even more complicated. Polly can usually find solace in baking but she has a feeling that’s not going to be enough this time. Can she get things back on track so that everyone has a merry Christmas?
13 thoughts on “Curl Up With Some Christmas Fiction”
This is what I need! Books about falling in love 🙂 Now if only I had the time to read all of them! 🙂
I don’t get nearly enough time anymore but I find these kinds of books really fun around Christmas
I love the idea of reading a nice book at the moment! Hopefully over Christmas time.
I love book recommendations and I love reading Christmas theme books at this time of year. They are on my list X
I’m looking forward to some Christmas reading next month!
Ahh, some lovely romantic feel good books to get into the Christmas spirit. I used to be such an avid reader of books, it’s something I’m trying to do more of. I’ve even joined a book club! Thanks for the tips! x
Aww these sound great. I love everything to do with Christmas so would love to read all these books!!
Sounds like some good brain candy, these picks. I hope I get a chance to curl up with a book this holiday season – I need it!
Oh they all sound so good – just my type of books. I will look out for them. Kaz x
I always love the idea of Christmas fiction but December is way too busy for sitting down reading and November seems to early. Maybe I could make an exception and start in November though As Mistletoe on 34th Street sounds good.
Christmas books are brilliant! I love to read them to my little one. These are great recommendations as I’ve not got these ones yet!
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I can’t believe that Christmas is already coming. This is definitely what I need to create Christmas spirit.
They all sound fab! I wish I had more time to sit and read a book! It never seems to happen lately!