Home for Christmas
An Enemies to Lovers Holiday Romance An ordinary winter holiday turns eventful when Riven and Wendy get stuck sharing a bunk bed after a double-booking disaster. Sleeping in the same room is sweet torture and they aren’t even sure what’s worse: that every passing day brings them closer to saying goodbye or that they have yet another night to spend together…
What I love most about this book: The pranks these two pull on each other!
All tropes: Enemies to lovers, forced proximity, only one bed, Christmas romance, Miss Sunshine & Mr. Grumpy
A Christmas Caroline
A Second Chance, Amnesia Romance
On Christmas Eve, Caroline receives a visit from a cheeky Christmas spirit. When she wakes up suddenly married with three kids and living two doors down from her parents in New Jersey, Caroline has a chance to experience the life she would’ve had if she’d made a different choice.
What I love most about this book: I had a lot of fun rediscovering motherhood alongside Caroline…
All tropes: Second chance, amnesia, Christmas romance
Fool Me Twice at Christmas
Chuck and Kate’s relationship used to be real, oh-so-real. But after she broke his heart four months ago, leaving him, it became all just pretense for the sake of their entwined families. But when just-for-show kisses stir up forgotten feelings, the boundaries begin to blur.
What I love most about this book: The small town Christmassy feel and the Chocolate Factory of course.
All tropes: Second chance, small town, fake engagement, only one bed, Christmas romance
A Christmas Date
When Nikki returns home for Christmas, she’s determined not to let her family know she’s single — especially since her sister is now engaged to Nikki’s longtime crush. Hiring a fake boyfriend seems like the perfect solution… but their pretend relationship might spark real feelings!
What I love most about this book: The food fights and the pets.
All tropes: Small town, fake engagement, only one bed, Christmas romance, sisters
Standalone? Part of a series but can be read as a standalone!