The Great Christmas Knit-Off by Alexandra Brown | Book Review

The Great Christmas Knit-Off by Alexandra Brown was balm to my soul. This book is like a warm cup of tea (if I was more of a tea person). It was cozy and sweet and exactly what I’ve needed to read during a sort of stressful time of the year. Sybil has had a terrible […]

Home For The Holidays by Sara Richardson | Book Review

The first official Christmas book I picked up this year was Home For The Holidays by Sara Richardson. Unfortunately I just lost all motivation to review. It wasn’t the book’s fault, but my fault I had no mojo in general. Thankfully, the holiday spirit has come over me and I feel renewed in my excitement […]

A Princess For Christmas by Jenny Holiday | Book Review

A Princess For Christmas by Jenny Holiday completely interested me because it made me think of all those holiday movies about Americans meeting royalty and falling in love. It’s a trope I really enjoy so just knew I had to read this book to help get myself into the spirit of the season. Also, bonus […]

Christmas On Mistletoe Lane by Annie Rains | Book Review

One of the great things about reading romance is that you can read the series out of order. Christmas On Mistletoe Lane by Annie Rains is the first of the Sweetwater Springs series but the second book I’ve read from the series. The first one I read was actually the third book – Snowfall On Cedar […]

Finding Christmas by Karen Schaler | Book Review

I feel like I read a Karen Schaler book on an annual basis, starting with Christmas Camp, then Christmas Camp Wedding, and now this year Finding Christmas. These books read like Hallmark movies and it makes absolute sense why they do. You see, the author has written a few Christmas movies. So that expertise carries over to her books, […]

The Christmas Backup Plan by Lori Wilde | Book Review

I love when books combine Christmas and my favorite tropes. The Christmas Backup Plan by Lori Wilde is a sweet, somewhat steamy holiday romance set in both Twilight, Texas and Cupid, Texas. Thus this book is a crossover between two of Wilde’s series. I found myself reading this book so quickly over the weekend and ending up […]