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Reader Roundup – Holiday Romances with Amy Alessio

Amy AlessioHo ho ho!! Nothing is better than a romance – except a romance set at Christmas Time! Join Amy Alessio as she tells us about her favorite holiday romances.

 

Do you enjoy the holiday season but need a break from the craziness in your life this month? Escape into someone else’s holiday story for a while with these festive reads.

And if you are interested in writing romance, take a look back at this great post from Lisa Plumley.

 

christmas blissIn Christmas Bliss, Antiques dealer Weezie Foley (from Blue Christmas) is getting ready for her wedding to chef Daniel when his work takes him to New York, forcing them to reconsider their plans.  Her best friend Bebe is due to have her baby in six weeks and is having commitment issues when she learns her divorce may never have gone through. Plenty of humor and Southern charm revisit Mary Kay Andrews’ familiar characters.
you give good loveJ.J. Murray takes a depressed woman in a nowhere job and helps her find true love with a greeting card designer and preschool teacher in the heartwarming You Give Good Love. Hope knows her job at the copy shop leaves a lot to be desired, but she can’t muster the energy to make changes until Dylan wants to sell some of her designs in his card business. Together the two find business success and a new lease on life.
holiday kissesIn the Holiday Kisses anthology, Jaci Burton, Alison Kent, HelenKay Dimon and Shannon Stacey heat up the holidays with four novellas about second chances at love. From sweet to sensual these stories provide plenty of spirit for the season.
sugar cookieThe Sugar Cookie Sweetheart Swap brings erotic holiday stories from Donna Kauffman, Kate Angell and Kimberly Kincaid. These surprising and savory stories share a baking theme, including anatomically correct gingerbread men in one adventure, a food columnist in another and a bake off in the third.
twas the night afterSabrina Jeffries has delighted readers with a few historical Christmas stories, including the emotionally powerful ‘Twas the Night After Christmas, featuring bitter Pierce Waverly, and his mother’s companion, Camilla, who is determined to reunite the estranged family members.
cowboys christmas babyCarolyn Brown helps a new mother whose soldier boyfriend was killed, find love again in The Cowboy’s Christmas Baby. After returning from Desert Storm, Lucas Allen is surprised to find Natalie, with whom he was chatting online, filling in as a housekeeper on his ranch – with her new baby. Everyone loves the baby, and soon Lucas realizes he can’t live without the baby’s mother too.
seal wolfTerry Spear brings paranormal fans a holiday story in the latest of her werewolf series,  A Seal Wolf Christmas. Navy SEAL Bjornolf is undercover as a newlywed with agent and wolf Anna, who drives him crazy. It doesn’t make anything easier that they have to pose as the aunt and uncle to an unruly teenage wolf. They travel from the Amazon to a Christmas tree farm in Oregon for answers in this funny and romantic adventure.

Gift yourself with some great romance this year!

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Bio:Amy Alessio has enjoyed the advice of teens for over seventeen years in her work as a librarian at the Schaumburg Twp. Library in Illinois. Her first young adult mystery, Taking the High Ground, was published by 4RV Publishing. She wrote Mind Bending Mysterious Services for Teens (ALA Editions, 2013) and co-authored A Year of Programs for Teens 2 with Kim Patton. She is the 2013 Illinois Library Association Young Adult Librarian Award Winner and the Northern Illinois RWA 2013 Librarian of the Year. Information on her blog and presentations on vintage crafts and cookbooks as well as readers advisory topics can be found at http://www.amyalessio.com/.

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5 Responses to “Reader Roundup – Holiday Romances with Amy Alessio”

  1. Morning Amy!

    And wow – I haven’t read a single one of those…lol….I get to Christmas shop for myself! I do love Sabrina Jeffries books, she writes great historical.

    Thanks for another great list!

    carrie

    Posted by Carrie Spencer | December 14, 2013, 10:26 am
  2. May I humbly suggest my own “Lights of Love” for those looking for a Hanukkah romance?

    Posted by Roni Denholtz | December 14, 2013, 1:37 pm
  3. Hi Amy,

    I wish I had more time to read during the holidays. It’s a perfect setting for romance. Thanks for the recommendations!

    Posted by Jennifer Tanner | December 14, 2013, 3:33 pm
  4. Thanks so much, Amy! I’m honored to have my book included.

    Posted by Sabrina Jeffries | December 14, 2013, 9:41 pm

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