So December has finally arrived! The eagerly awaited month full of festive cheerfulleness and sparkly eyes ( for both adults and the little ones). I have also been very busy reading all the Christmas books on my TBR and below I have four reviews that brought me warm moments in the cold winter days.
Who doesn't like Sarah Morgan's uniquely charming stories! I am a big fan of From Manhattan with Love series! I adored the natural and dynamic and strong frienships between the group of friends and I am always eager to snuggled down to another story in this series. This time I got to know Eva, the eternal romantic. And with a hope in my heart I hope Eva will be able to find a very sexy present under Eva's Christmas Tree!
Miracle on 5th Avenue is one uplifting, romantic and emotional book that will make you want to find ourself between the pages of this book and give Eva and grumpy Lucas a word of encouragement and a big warm hug.
There would be a Christmas without a healthy dose of Jenny Hale festive romance!
While Jenny's books are not long, they are packed full of love, reminiscence, warm friendships and family ties.
All I want for Christmas is just the right size to get us in a glorious mood for Christmas. I adored every single character in this story. And they all are so wonderfully linked with each other, and together they make a feast for one hungry reader eyes. There is the powerful relationship between Leah and her lovely daughter Sadie. Then I marvel at the strong bond between Leah and her Nan and Leah and her two best friends and last but not least my heart instantly warmed up with the strong connection between Leah and David.
Jenny Hale is a pure genius when it comes to writing books that keep you happy a long time after you turn the last page.
I have had the pleasure of reading Maxine Morrey's debut novel last Christmas, and I was delighted when I got to chance to be part of The Christmas Project book promo frenzy. Maxine Morrey quickly became one of my favourite authors. Her captivating and charming writing style gets me fully involved with the characters and their story. I loved reading the scenes between Katie and Michael. Katie brings not just order to Michal chaotic lifestyle she brings much more and in turn Michael can't take his mesmerising eyes away from Katie while making her slowly come out of her "scheduled life" and trust her instincts once again. But there is a few obstacle in on the way for this swoon worthy couple, and I just couldn't read quickly enough to find out the conclusion to their story.
Maxine Morrey created a fabulously romantic book full of sparkle, courageousness and strong bonds between family and friends.
Although I am not a huge fan of musicals I adored this book and I might even say The Singalong Society for Singletons convert me to a musical friend. I found myself very quickly bonding with Monique and chuckle my way through his swift-flowing, sassy and very tune-y book. There is plenty to have any reader fall in love with the concept of this book. There are beautiful friendships, lovable housemates and a healthy dose of humour and romance and of course all time the global phenomenon of Frozen makes an appearance (right at the very beginning). What could be better that to stay in on Friday night and have a glorious fan with your dear and near? I am already looking forward to reading Katey Lovell's next full length novel next year!
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