A Christmas Romance List for a Very Merry Christmas!

A Christmas Romance List for a Very Merry Christmas!

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Katherine Bone here to wish readers at Embracing Romance a very Merry Christmas! May your holiday be merry, your troubles light, and your blessings multiplied! Huzzah!

 

No matter how you celebrate, there’s one thing authors and readers understand: reading ROCKS! And what better way to end 2016 and begin 2017 than by taking advantage of some down time to read romances featuring festive holidays that fill us with warm fuzzies. Jack Frost can’t nip at your nose if you’re cozy and warm in your FAVorite chair before the fireplace, huddled beneath a furry blanket, a cup of hot tea or hot chocolate or coffee at hand when the story gets riveting and you can’t stop turning the page. Whatever you enjoy this time of year, we’re bringing a FANtastic romance list to enhance your holiday experience.

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Embracing Romance’s Holiday Romance List:

Mistletoe Magic by Laurel O’Donnell

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

Mistletoe, Mischief, and the Marquis by Amelia Grey

Christmas in America, A Historical Romance Anthology by Holly Bush, Piper Huguley, Joanna Shupe, and Donna Thorland

Once Upon a Historical Christmas Box Set by Eight Historical Authors

A Very Wicked Christmas Anthology by Six Historical Authors

A Kiss at Christmastide by Christina McKnight

The Last Chance Christmas Ball by Eight Bestselling Historical Authors

The Virtues of Christmas by Grace Burrowes

A Midwinter’s Scandal by Erin Knightley and Heather Snow

Under the Kissing Bough by Fifteen Bestselling Historical Authors

A Pirate for Christmas by Anna Campbell

A Royal Christmas by Shana Galen

Seduction at the Christmas Court by Jenna Jaxon

Mistletoe Magic by Donna Hatch

Nine Ladies Dancing by Ten Bestselling Historical Authors

Lady Catherine’s Scandalous Christmas by Maggi Andersen

Lady Bartholomew’s Christmas Bride by Maggi Andersen

A Dangerous Nativity by Caroline Warfield

Christmas Wishes and Mistletoe Kisses by Jenny Hale

‘Twas the Night Before Scandal by Christi Caldwell and Eva Devon

The Duke’s Happy Holiday by Kelly Anne Bruce

Lord Pennington’s Christmas Wish by Amelia Andrews

Christmas with the Duke by Katherine Keats

A Romantic Duke for Christmas Box Set by Charlotte Darcy and Abigail Haversham

A Lovely Christmas for Miss Cavendish by Charity McColl

A Mistletoe Marquess by Sahara Kelly

A Match Made in Mistletoe by Anna Campbell

Christmas in the Scot’s Arms by Julie Johnstone

Christmas Spirits by Jane Charles

Merry Christmas, Mrs. Robinson by Delilah Marvelle

The Marques and the Midwife by Alina K. Field

Once Upon a Christmas by Seven Bestselling Authors

Snowed in for Christmas by Isabella Hargreaves

Christmas Promises by Brenda Hiatt

One Winter with a Baron by Christi Caldwell

Her Very Major Christmas by Saralee Etter

The Christmas Knot by Barbara Monajem

 

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If you’re interested in Christmas Traditions and how countries around the world celebrate, check out this article I wrote for my local writing chapter’s newsletter titled, Christmas Traditions Round the World.

 

Whether you celebrate Christmas, Kwanzaa, or Hanukkah, may you be merry and safe! ;

 

Wishing you following winds,

Katherine

7 Responses

  1. Wow, what an awesome list. I just downloaded two, so I’m all set for a while. Thanks and Merry Christmas. 🙂

  2. Great list, Katherine! I’d like to add “Holiday Ever After,” a new short story anthology from the authors of LARA. My Regency, “Bed of Sweet Surrender,” is included. Thanks! ~ Kadee McDonald

    • Thanks for bringing your anthology to our attention, Lady Kadee! Wishing all of the authors included in this set a very happy holiday season and oodles of success!!! 🎉🎉🎉

  3. Maggi Andersen

    Wonderful list! Thanks so much for adding mine, Katherine. Merry Christmas!

  4. wonderful list! I do adore Christmas stories

    denise