There’s only two weeks before Christmas so to get you into the holiday spirits, we’ve put together our favorite holidays reads for your reading pleasure!
If you’re in the mood for Historical Romance…
The Lady Most Willing…
by Julia Quinn, Eloisa James, and Connie Brockway
A new way to read three of the most well-loved historical romance authors! ~ Under the Covers
Review to come…
Rules to Catch A Devilish Duke
by Suzanne Enoch
Humor, heat and heart – Suzanne Enoch has it all in RULES TO CATCH A DEVILISH DUKE! Fit for the holidays, this red hot read is sure to keep you warm through the winter months! ~ Under the Covers
If you’re in the mood for Contemporary Romance…
Under the Mistletoe
by Jill Shalvis
UNDER THE MISTLETOE is the perfect holiday read to warm you up and make you laugh. You can expect no less from Jill Shalvis. She always delivers and Mia’s story is no different. ~ Under the Covers
Kissing Under the Mistletoe
by Marina Adair
Kissing Under the Mistletoe is an amazing start to St. Helena Vineyard series.” ~Under the Covers
by Toni Blake
All I want for Christmas is Adam Becker! ~ Under the Covers
Review to come…
Christmas inspired anthologies
Red Hot Holiday
by Anne Calhoun, K.A. Mitchell and Leah Braemel
RED HOT HOLIDAY is the season’s most hottest collection of stories! Be glad there’s the chilly weather to cool you off after reading this book! A must-buy! ~ Under the Covers
Romancing the Holiday
by Jaci Burton, HelenKay Dimon and Christi Barth
This book has the perfect holiday stories!” ~ Under the Covers
For a taste of the paranormal
With Everything I am
by Kristen Ashley
Kristen Ashley excels at painting a sweet and spicy romance between her hot males and kooky females, be they werewolves, Rock Chicks, vampires, police officers or bikers, and this book did just that and I devoured every page of it. ~ Under the Covers
Check out our recs from last year: here
What are your favorite holiday reads? Tell us in the comments! Happy holidays, maidens!
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Of the Christmas I’ve read so far and they haven’t been a lot my favs are The Magical Christmas Cat by Lora Leigh and A Christine Feehan Christmas Treasury! I’ve got some of the books on your list so I’m looking forward to reading those as well as checking out the ones I don’t have! Thanks guys!!
Oh and Happy Holidays to you all!!! Thank you for the year of great book recommendations and also for the great prizes I won, I’m definitely looking forward to seeing what you have in store for us next year!!!
Happy Holidays, Timitra!!! xoxo
Thanks for the great recommendations! I’m definitely going to be checking these out 😉 Happy Holidays!
I’m looking for three of the books above this Christmas. I really don’t have a favorite holiday read because I’m busy reading new releases, lol. My picks above are Julia Quinn’s A LADY MOST WILLING and Jill Shalvis’ UNDER THE MISTLETOE and Jaci Burton’s ROMANCING THE HOLIDAY. I love Jill’s Lucky Harbor Series and Jaci’s are just yummy ;-).
Those are fantastic ones. I kind of want to reread now.
Thanks for the recommendations….Under the contemporary books I would add : A Fool’s Gold Christmas by Susan Mallery – I really enjoyed it. Under the YA category I would recommend North Pole High: A Rebel Without A Claus by Candace Jane Kringle
Oh yes! I forgot about the Susan Mallery one! I enjoyed that one too. 🙂
I can’t wait for Jill Shalvis, Leah Braemel and Marina Adairs books. I have read ’twas the Night After Christmas by Sabrina Jeffries and loved it. I highly recommend it.
I just recently discovered Toni Blake, so I added that little goody to my list, as well as Kristen Ashely’s.
Hmm…fave Holiday reads–I read The Navy Seal’s Promise (novella) recently, and I loved it. And Jaci Burton’s is awesome.
OH—need to add Jill Shalvis, too. Right now, I am reading her Instant Gratification (not Holiday themed, but still delish).
Merry Christamas ladies, and may your stockings overflow with bookie goodies 🙂
Merry Christmas, babe!
Thanks for the Christmas book reviews, there are a few there I would love to check out.
And happy holidays to all at Under the Covers 🙂