5 Reads To Put The Ho-Ho-Ho In Your Holiday!

Books For The Holidays


I know! I know! It’s just practically the end of September and yet here is a post about holiday reading. I KNOW.

But, it’s happening folks- the holidays are fast approaching, there is only 86 days till Christmas Eve and all that jazz (I’ll refrain from screaming about how many shopping days we have left!)

So, picture this: It’s the holidays and you have a big cup of steaming hot cocoa. The blankets are wrapped around you, maybe the fire is crackling nearby. Possibly there is the scent of freshly baked cookies in the air. When you picture this- what do you picture reading? If it’s a sweet holiday themed book- I’ve got 5 that you should take a gander at (2 I’ve read already and 3 I’m looking to add to my holiday rotation!)

Ready? Let’s check them out shall we……….



And here we have 5 books to put the Ho-Ho-Ho in your holiday!

  1. Christmas on Candy Cane Lane by Sheila Roberts

2. A Cherry Cola Christmas by Ashton Lee

3. Marry Me At Christmas by Susan Mallery

4. Evergreen Springs by RaeAnne Thayne

5. Christmas in Mustang Creek by Linda Lael Miller


Go on and check them out. I’ll be waiting with some hot cocoa! Want to read my thoughts on EVERGREEN SPRINGS and CHRISTMAS IN MUSTANG CREEK? Check the links out!


What books are you looking forward too read over the holidays? Do you enjoy holiday themed books? Let me know your thoughts in the comments!


Happy Reading and Bookishly Yours,

T @ Traveling With T

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10 thoughts on “5 Reads To Put The Ho-Ho-Ho In Your Holiday!

  1. The LLM book is featured on my blog today and the RaeAnne Thayne book will be on Thursday – Merry Christmas πŸ™‚ I’m also looking forward to the Sheila Roberts book. Her Christmas books are always fun (like the rest of her books). Thanks for the suggestions!

    • I felt all kind of wrong for posting it so early. But the holiday stories publish SO early. I’ll be heavily promoting it more toward mid November when it feels more holiday-licious. πŸ™‚

  2. These look like great fun. I noticed that at least a few of them are part of a series….would I be lost if I hadn’t read any of the other books in the series, or are they standalone?

    • You won’t be lost- some things will be spoiled, for example- if you read the Linda Lael Miller book- you’ll find out what happens to the other 3 women that previous books are about. It’s not like a super-spoiler (it’s a romance- you kind of know how it ends, am I right?) BUT if things like that bother you- you’ve been warned. πŸ™‚

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