Tuesday, October 15, 2013

More Christmas Books, Please

There's nothing more fun than settling down with a good Christmas story to get me in the mood for the upcoming holidays, so when I posted some of the new Christmas books last week, I promised more Christmas book posts. With that in mind, here are some more contemporary romance Christmas novels, followed by some historicals.

Contemporary Romance

A novella by Kathleen Creighton
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A novella by Patricia McLinn
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(Note: Wyoming Wildflowers is also available as part of a boxed set, The Heart of Christmas, which contains selection by Judith Arnold and Kathryn Shay)

A novella by Debra Salonen
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Historical Romance

An anthology from Debra Cowan, Judith Stacy and Lauri Robinson


An anthology by Susan King, Mary Jo Putney and Patricia Rice




By Victoria Alexander


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Buy at Barnes & Noble

And don't forget A Puppy for Christmas (image in the left sidebar. My apologies for pointing him out yet again, but Fizz was such a fun puppy to write that I don't want him to be missed). Happy Reading! I hope you enjoy these holiday stories. If I find more, I may have more posts in the future. 

3 comments:

  1. Woot! What a great line-up! I'm honored to be included. My story is coming out TOMORROW in a 5-author holiday collection called: CELEBRATE! Five different holidays--a year of sweet, heart-tugging stories. I sniffled through all of them. The best part of Indie is the flexibility--great for the author and it gives readers soo many options!
    Thanks, again, Myrna! You rock!

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  2. Deb, it was a pleasure. I'll look forward to the holiday collection. The stories in CELEBRATE! sound like just the sort I love!

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  3. If I may suggest "CLAUS: A Christmas Incarnation" an 850,000 word novel in 3 volumes / 5 pbacks. This is a mid 1800s saga in every respect that carries a deep underlying Christmas theme. A blanket, a mug, a warm place, and a promise to be swept away from a good many cold winter nights. If curious, reviews http://www.amazon.com/CLAUS-The-Child-John-Coombes-ebook/product-reviews/B00403N9NI

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