Find the Perfect Holiday Romance Based on Your Celebration Style!
by Karen Green
Looking for a great holiday romance to read this season? Take a cue from your celebration style and you’re sure to pick your perfect match.
If your holiday celebration style is intimate and cozy, with more quiet nights than bright lights, pick up Courting the Amish Nanny (Amish of Serenity Ridge) by Carrie Lighte. In this small-town Christmas romance, an Amish woman seeks a break from life at home after a crush ends poorly—but as a nanny for a widower’s twins in Maine, she finds herself once again feeling the very things she was trying to escape.
I’ll Be Home for Christmas
When you think about the holidays, do you think family fun? For a celebration style that’s centered on family gatherings and get-togethers, A Wedding in December by Sarah Morgan is for you. This charming story will remind you of all the best things about being together—and provide you with a temporary reading escape when all that togetherness becomes a little too much.
O Holy Night
If your reason for the season is a celebration that is traditional and faith-based, the perfect holiday romance for you is Their Christmas Prayer by Myra Johnson. Featuring the tentative love story between a Texas pastor who isn’t sure whether or not he should leave on a mission and a complicated woman who nevertheless feels like home, this inspiring story will fulfill all of your Christmas wishes.
Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree
Do you go with the flow during the holidays? Are you up for a Christmas Eve outdoor ice skate just as happily as a Christmas Eve spent watching a classic movie on the couch? If your celebration tastes tend towards the eclectic and exciting, check out Cornered at Christmas (Rushing Creek Crime Spree) by Barb Han, a thrilling tale of a fractured family and a chance at redemption—if the return of a past threat doesn’t jeopardize their happiness once again.
Are you an adventurer who sees the holidays as a chance to celebrate away from home? Whether you go somewhere tropical or head closer to the action in the North Pole, the story of two people looking for a change in An Alaskan Christmas (Wild River) by Jennifer Snow is the perfect book to accompany your far-flung festivities!
It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas
If you’re celebrating new starts, new traditions and first festivities, a seasonal romance like Christmas from the Heart by Sheila Roberts is sure to inspire your holiday and help you focus on the things that really matter. Perfect for taking a break while you make your holiday plans.
What’s your celebration style? Let us know in the comments!