9 Books for Christmas Past, Present and Future

by Karen Green

No, the ghost of Jacob Marley isn’t coming for a visit in the night, but you can spend the season celebrating the holidays in whatever era of Christmas romance you prefer in a book—past, present or future.

 

Christmas Past

Enjoy historical romance? Whether you want to escape to an era where royalty ruled and scandal threatened to overturn order, travel to the West where a scheme to marry off a bride could get wild or spend the holidays with three charming would-be courtiers, a visit to Christmas past is sure to satisfy your history-loving desires.

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Saddles and Spurs: Pony Express Christmas Bride by Rhonda Gibson

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Once Upon a Regency Christmas by Louise Allen, Sophia James and Annie Burrows

 

 

Christmas Present

Looking for something a little more modern? Melt the snowy Montana peaks with a sizzling hot cowboy, help two lonely souls through the holiday season or heat things up for a Christmas wedding (or two!) in Alaska. Now that’s what I call a Christmas present.

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A Christmas Seduction by Daire St. Denis

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Unwrapping the Holidays by Sharon Lister and Nana Malone

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Christmas in Alaska by Debbie Macomber

 

Christmas Future

If you prefer to push the boundaries of romance at Christmas, choose one of these paranormal and futuristic picks that are heavy on imagination and holiday spirit. There’s something here for the reader that prefers the supernatural to Santa, is looking for a shape-shifter to stuff her stocking or wants to dive into a collection of stories that proves just how out-of-this-world Christmas can be.

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How the Glitch Saved Christmas by Stacey Gail

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A Hunter Under the Mistletoe by Karen Whiddon and Addison Fox

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A Galactic Christmas by Stacy Gail, Sasha Summers and Anna Hackett

 

Which era would you like to spend Christmas in? Let us know in the comments!

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