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The Ultimate Holiday Gift Guide for Romance Readers

by Joanna Paez November 28, 2022

If you have a romance reader in your life, you know that they can never have too many books. But why just give them another book when you can give them a gift that will enhance their reading experience? From fun and flirty romances to emotional and sexy love stories, this guide has everything you need to make your favorite romance reader swoon this holiday season.

All of these one-time purchase boxes come with a paperback romance, signed by the author or with a bookplate, topped off with a gourmet treat to enjoy while reading (yummy cookies anyone?), a self-care item so you can relax and rejuvenate, and bookish goodies to make your book-lover smile. Your romance reader will be in heaven!

 

The Wedding Crasher by Mia Sosa

1. Mia Sosa Box. What could be more romantic than snuggling up with a fun and flirty book? Grab this Mia Sosa box and get ready to get cozy with this fake-relationship romance! 

 

Tanked by Mia Sosa

2. Mia Hopkins Box. Why not introduce your romance-loving-friend to their new book boyfriend? They'll love getting this box featuring Mia Hopkins, they’ll be swooning over the Rosas brothers in no time.

 

Drive Me Wild by Melanie Harlow


3. Melanie Harlow Box. There's nothing worse then being in a reading slump! This Melanie Harlow box is the perfect solution for this with a sweet, sexy, and feel-good romance. This grumpy hero and pure sunshine heroine will put a smile on anyone's face.

 

Reckless at Heart by Zoe York


4. Zoe York BoxThis book box featuring Zoe York is only for you if you love silver fox, grumpy heroes with a lot of heart! It's the perfect gift for readers who love slow-burn romances set in a small town.

 

Seven Days in June by Tia Williams

5. Tia Williams Box. Calling all second-chance romance lovers! Get this Tia Williams box for readers who love humorous, warm, and deeply sensual reads.

 

The Wrong Kind of Love by Lexi Ryan

6. Lexi Ryan Box. This box features a romance with a single dad + grumpy hero + runaway bride. It’s perfect for readers who love to curl up with a swoon-worthy romance. 

 

The Plan by Karla Sorensen

7. Karla Sorensen Box. This box is the perfect gift for readers who've ever wondered what it would be like to fake date their broody, hot bodyguard! 


No matter what you get them, any one of these gifts is sure to please the romance reader in your life this holiday season. So click the link and start shopping!

 

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