Since it’s holiday season, I figured this would be the perfect time to do some holiday romances. Here are some of my favorite holiday romances.
So Over the Holidays series by Erin McLellan
This is a wonderful holiday series that covers Christmas, Valentines, Fourth of July, and New Years. The books are steamy, sexy positive, and LBGTQ. I adored this series and really enjoy McLellan’s writing.
Nocturne Falls series by Kristen Painter
This is an ongoing series, currently at 12 books, that takes place in a small magical town called Nocturne Falls that is Halloween themed. Not all of these books take place during an actual holiday, but they are constantly talking about the town’s Halloween theme so I consider this a holiday series.
Jayne Frost series by Kristen Painter
This is a spin-off series set in the town of Nocturne Falls. You don’t have to read that series to understand this one though. Jayne Frost is the daughter of Jack Frost and the niece of Santa himself. This series is her adventures solving mysteries in Nocturne Falls, and eventually the North Pole.
Reindeer Falls series by Jana Asten
I really enjoyed the Reindeer falls series. I have read the first three books and all were great. The second book, If You give a Jerk a Gingerbread, was the first book I read that involved a baking show and I really loved it.
Also three new books for this series will be out this month so I am excited to pick them up.
Cemetery Boys by Aiden Thomas
I can’t have a holiday list without including this book. Cemetery Boys is a wonderful YA book about Dia de Muertos. I couldn’t put it down, which is saying something since I don’t read YA normally.
Christmas Specific Books
- The Naughty List by Ellie Mae MacGregor
- Matzoh and Mistletoe by Jodie Griffin
- Goblins and Snowflakes by Melanie Karsak
- The Geek Who Saved Christmas by Annabeth Albert
I hope you enjoyed this list! If you have any recommendations to add please leave them in the comments. I am always looking for new holiday books to read.
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