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5 Holiday Romance Books to Read This Holiday Season

Updated: Apr 7

We all know nothing is better than the sight of snow falling outside, a steaming hot cup of coffee, hot chocolate, or whatever suits your fancy next to you, a warm blanket, and a new book ready to be broken open. This holiday season, we have the perfect line up of newly released novels to get you through the cold.

The Santa Suit: A Novel by Mary Kay Andrews

If you're looking for a heartwarming romance set in a small town, this one's for you. The Santa Suit follows Ivy Perkins, newly divorced and a new farmhouse owner, on her own holiday journey. After uncovering a young girl's Christmas wish for her father to return home from the war written on a note in the pocket of an old Santa suit found in the farmhouse, Ivy's curiosity sends her on an unforgettable journey.


A Holly Jolly Diwali by Sonya Lalli

Meet Niki Randhawa. Niki is as stable and secure as she can possibly be, living close to home, always playing it safe in the dating game, and remaining practical to a fault. But, when she gets laid off, she learns that that stability hasn't done much for her. On a whim, Niki decides to book a flight to her friend's wedding in India. Swept up by the commotion, Niki lets herself enjoy the company of another wedding guest and musician from London, Sameer Mukherji, even agreeing to accompany him, the newlywed couple, and their friends on a group honeymoon. Will Niki let her spontaneity get the best of her? Find out in A Holly Jolly Diwali.


The Holiday Switch by Tif Marcelo

Looking for a classic enemies to lovers trope? Look no further. Tif Marcelo follows Lila Santos in The Holiday Switch, a high school senior in her last winter break as she navigates working at a cozy famous inn, anonymously posting book blogs, and working with her boss's unbearable nephew. After accidentally swapping phones, the two find themselves keepers of each other's biggest secrets. Will it bring them closer or be a recipe for disaster?


So, This Is Christmas by Tracy Andreen

If you're pining for a classic small town, rom-com holiday novel, this is the one for you. After Finley Brown returns to her hometown of Christmas, Oklahoma, from boarding school, she finds her home and life in complete chaos. Her best friend and ex are now together, her parents are now separated, and a boy from school has shown up on her Grandmother's doorstep demanding to see the magical town that Finley made up. Find out in So, This Is Christmas how Finley makes the most of the chaos she returns to.


The Naughty, The Nice and The Nanny by Willa Nash

What could be worse than nannying a demon disguised as a seven-year-old girl during the holidays? Having your high school crush that fails to know you ever existed be her father... and your billionaire employer, Maddox Holiday. Follow Natalie in The Naughty, The Nice and The Nanny as she attempts to navigate nannying for a terribly behaved girl and helping Maddox throw his annual holiday soiree. You won't want to miss this one!

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