Merry Christmas and/or Day after Christmas! I wanted to post some of the Christmas ebooks that I have enjoyed, many for free or on sale at this time of year. If you get a moment to yourself during the holidays or soon after, find a cozy ‘corner’ and cuddle up with one of these. Note: I’m not an affiliate for Amazon. I don’t make any money or anything from this listing. It’s just sharing some stories I enjoy!
The ***** are the ratings I give to the stories.
(For UK and CA, click on the link, when it opens, go to the http://www.amazon.com in the link and change it to amazon.co.uk or amazon.ca)
A Christmas Wish: Dane by Liliana Hart 5***** $0.99
It’s a novella sequel to Dane (which is free!) and a sexy, erotic, touching story of Dane trying to be a father to his son and convince Charlie that he will stick around. Part of the Mackenzie family series.
Heating Up the Holidays 5***** $0.99
A trio of sexy, touching romances with a twist: Play With Me by Lisa Renee Jones, Snowfall by Mary Ann Rivers, and After Midnight by Serena Ball
Play With Me starts out with a temp headed to assist a casino CEO and becomes a suspenseful, erotic thriller about trust and love. Snowfall deals with a female scientist coping with losing her eyesight and unexpectedly finding a chance for love if she can allow him in. After Midnight starts with two people connecting at a NYE party anonymously and then finding their way back to each other as they deal with trust issues and opening up to love.
The Christmas Catch (The Holiday Bride Series) by Ginny Baird 4**** FREE
Widow and single mom, Christine and her son head to Vermont for a holiday respite, where she finds love unexpectedly. It’s about second chances after she lost her husband in combat two years.
All I Want for Christmas is You (book 1 Fate with a Helping Hand Holiday Romance) by Lisa Mondello 4**** FREE
Single mom and her daughter meet Santa at the mall. He is the owner of the mall and falls for mother and daughter. He is the adopted son of a huge family of adopted children. Fun, romantic story. Standalone book.
What I enjoyed about these romances (erotic to light sex) is that they all had different love stories to tell about people dealing with different issues and needing to open their hearts to love when it is offered. I hope you enjoy the holidays and remain open to the love in your life or the possibility of love coming into your life!
If you have any favorite holiday romance books you’d like to share, let me know.