So you’re someone who enjoys those cute, swoony romance movies you see everywhere during this season? Worry not, I can definitely help you find something like those in book form And spicier!!! You have the best of both worlds: the holidays + smutty romance.
One thing I adore about holiday romance books is that they are usually set in places where the snow falls and the weather is cold and the characters have to warm each other up with hugs and snuggles! I love when that happens. Are you ready for these five holiday romance books?
There’s Something About Merry by Codi Hall
This sexy rom-com has everything you need in a holiday romance. It follows Merry who after a terrible breakup moves to her hometown Mistletoe, Idaho. She wants to manage her family’s Christmas tree farm but the stoic, new foreman is making things hard for her.
While Merry is finally ready to open her heart to love, single dad Clark is not looking for romance. When they both sign up for online dating and start anonymously chatting (not knowing they are who they are!), they realize that maybe there is someone special out there for them.
The Mistletoe Motive by Chloe Liese
Perfect for fans of You’ve Got Mail,The Mistletoe Motive is about two coworkers who have to compete in order to keep their job. Jonathan and Gabby are very much opposites. He loathes Christmas and she loves it. The only thing they have in common is their place of work.
But that will change when their bosses tell them they’re letting go of someone at the end of the holiday season, Jonathan and Gabby come up with a bargain: whoever sells the most books in December, gets to keep their job. But when neither of them wants to let go, especially when they start to fall for each other, what’s the next best option?
Lovelight Farms by BK Borison
Start the Lovelight series with the first bookLovelight Farms where you get to meet Luka and Stella, best friends who have to pretend to date in order to win a social media contest. Stella needs to save her Christmas tree farm and the only way to do it is to win this contest where she’ll get a $100,000 cash prize if she wins. It’s the perfect solution!
But when she signs up for it, she kinda writes down that she manages the farm with her boyfriend… The thing is that she does not have a boyfriend. Enter her best friend Luka who immediately agrees to pretend to be her boyfriend. What Stella doesn’t know is that Luka will try his hardest to let Stella know that they’re really not pretending at all.
Just Like Magic by Sarah Hogle
Sarah Hogle returns withJust Like Magic, a hilarious romantic comedy featuring a social media influencer and a holiday spirit. Bettie Hughes doesn’t want her family to know she’s broke. She still fakes it on social media, making everyone believe she still has money, glamour, and the same lifestyle she has always had.
But the reality is so different from that picture. When she accidentally conjures a holiday spirit while drunk, Bettie thinks this is the perfect opportunity to make all her holiday wishes to come true!
You’re a Mean One, Matthew Prince by Timothy Janovsky
This holiday season, you need to readYou’re a Mean One, Matthew Prince. In this book, you’ll get to meet a spoiled, rich city boy who, after a PR misstep, has to spend the holidays in his grandparents’ charming small town where nothing really happens.
When the charity gala loses its coordinator, Matthew steps up to filled up the position… alongside Hector Martinez who thinks the worst of Matthew! But you know the holiday season always brings the cheer and happiness all around, and Matthew and Hector might just find their happily ever after.
If, like me, you adore holidays of all sorts, this curated selection is tailor-made for you. These holiday romance novels are perfect for immersing yourself in the spirit of Thanksgiving, Christmas, and even ringing in the New Year!
Holidays have a unique way of bringing people together, don't they?Within the pages of these books, discover love stories unfolding against the backdrop of timeless and cherished holidays, where genuine magic unfurls.
Remember when I mentioned in myprevious posthow a groveling scene can totally make or break a romance book? Well, let's dive into that topic a bit more, shall we? Now, I know there's been some talk and debate about those dramatic third-act breakup scenes, but guess what? I'm a huge fan of them, especially in romance books! Why, you ask? Well, here's the scoop: I absolutely love it when the groveling happens after the breakup. It's that magical moment when the person who messed up finally realizes they can't live without their other half and goes all out to win them back. Talk about fireworks!