The 5 Christmas Books I Read Book Reviews

Boyfriend for Christmas by J. Nichole

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Breaking up with her boyfriend, and moving back home wasn’t in her plans. But when her sister becomes a widow, and a single mom, Kai returns home to help.

 

An aunt’s job is easy, so she thought. When she realizes her niece has lost the Christmas spirit, she takes on the task of returning her joy. First up, letters to Santa.

 

What do you ask Santa to bring when you’re too old for the season’s trendiest toy?

 

A boyfriend, of course.

 

** This is a quick read but a full story with a happy for now ending. This book is intended for mature audiences.

 

QUEENIE’S REVIEW

 

 Reese sent a letter to Santa for her aunt to get an unexpected gift. Does Kai get it?  This was a great short story for a Christmas theme. The characters drew me in and I love the dialogue between all the characters. The characters were realistic, relatable, and honest. The relationship between Kai and Noah was heartwarming. Kai’s niece Resse was adorable. The story was a bit on the romantic side and I loved it. My first read by the author but it will not be my last I give this book 4 stars.

 

The Surprise Start to Christmas by Sophie Annabelle

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The Surprise Start To Christmas is the debut short story by Sophie Annabelle – she hopes you enjoy your reading this and asks kindly that if you did enjoy the story that you might leave some feedback and share your thoughts with other readers.

 

Katie Pearson has spent the best part of the last three years living out of a suitcase and having the time of her life. This Christmas she finds herself back in Surrey and at the cottage her late grandmother has left her.

 

Her idea of a quick visit and some alone time quickly goes to the wayside when she is greeted with some unexpected surprises in the shape of two kittens, a mysterious woman named Maggie and the new village doctor.

 

Will it be all too much for Katie or the happy ending her grandmother wished for her?

 

QUEENIE’S REVIEW

 

 Katie Person has come back home to her grandmother’s cottage. She thinks she’s coming for a quick visit but ends up with other plans. She has found letters, a mystery lady, and hopefully love. But will fate have its way at Christmas? This is a very short read. I didn’t realize it was that short. I am yearning for more of this short story. First time author. I give it three stars since it was so short.

 

 Merry Christmas Baby by Alexandria House

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Having to work on Christmas Eve is bad. Having to work the graveyard shift on Christmas Eve is worse. Having to work the graveyard shift on Christmas Eve when your life is a mess? Well, that’s some BS. There doesn’t seem to be a Merry Christmas in store for Sunday Marks, but maybe one call can change that.

 

***This short story contains profanity and sexual content. If you do not like those elements in your romantic reads, this is not the story for yo

 

QUEENIE’S REVIEW

 

 This short story was unpredictable the way it ended. I was shocked. The character Sunday is a basket  case . She’s in love with Justin but he is in love with her? Sunday is living from paycheck to paycheck and just wants love. She’s having to work on Christmas Eve on the graveyard shift which is horrible. She is left to man the lines at the hospital.  She is bored and sleepy. Then an unexpected visitor comes by and wake her senses literally. Does Sunday have a happy Christmas after all? I give this story a 3-star rating because it ended great but too fast.

 

 A True Love for Christmas by Terri Thrash

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Krisett Campbell is wishing for a lot this Christmas, especially with her boyfriend, Jeffrey. All she’d ever wanted in life was to find true love and to one day have a family of her own. Hoping this Christmas will be the best Christmas ever, she has high hopes of becoming Mrs. Jeffrey Warren Payne… Will Krisett finally find A True Love for Christmas? Or will she be in for a rude awakening?

 

This intriguing short story by Terri T. Thrash will wrap you in and the message will warm your heart.

 

QUEENIE’S REVIEW

 

Krisett  is living in a fairytale and all she wants is Jeffrey to propose. She wants love so bad that she can;t see because of the blinders. Jeffrey is not the man Krisett  thinks he is. She wants a wedding but will Jeffrey be the one? The ending was great. I love how the pastor preach for Krisett and other women who are longing For love. I give this book 3 stars because it was short and I wanted more. First time reading from this author  and it would definitely not be my last.

 

Every Year Every Christmas by J. L. Sapphire

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Although Patricia is married and has two children with her husband, Rodney, when she runs into her first and only true love around Christmastime, the feelings she thought she’d buried immediately resurface, setting off a chain of events that causes her life to spin out of control. A love will be found, love will be lost, and the lives of everyone involved will never be the same.

 

QUEENIE’S REVIEW

 

This short story that will warm your heart and break your heart. This Christmas story has a twist. Patricia is married to Rodney and they have two children. Patricia was never in love with her husband but with her first love. Her first love comes back into the picture  What will happen every Christmas Eve will SHOCK you. I love the storyline. I wish Sheila was more prominent in the story. I give it three stars because of the cliffhanger.

 

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