Tag: Christmas reads

December TBR

I feel really awful that I’m doing a TBR list when we’ve crossed more than half of the month. However I had to get my wisdom tooth extraction (which was a total surprise since I went to the dentist for a filling and NOT AN EXTRACTION) and I have only just recovered. Totally miserable experience that I definitely do not recommend to anyone. Anyway, here is my December TBR:

1) Rebel Faerie by Rachel Morgan: I have waited forever for this book and I am so glad to finally be able to read it. Now is the perfect time to binge-read this series if you’re a fan of fae, fantasy and the supernatural.

2) The Right Kind of Rogue by Valerie Bowman: I love Valerie Bowman’s writing and would read anything written by her. I don’t remember what this is about but I know I loved the synopsis.

3) No Place Like You by Emma Douglas: I loved the previous book in this series and I can’t wait to return to this small town with it’s colourful and real characters.

4) Wallflower Most Wanted by Manda Collins: Another Studies in Scandal book. That is all I need to know (also I kinda already started reading this and the mystery here is very different and very compelling).

I also want to try and get to the previous books on my Netgalley shelf that I haven’t read yet. These are:

The Christmas Cowboy Hero by Donna Grant

Deck the Halls by Donna Alward

To the Duke, With Love by Amelia Grey

The Rogue Is Back in Town by Anna Bennett

I don’t know if I am going to be able to finish all of these books but I am definitely going to have fun trying. Also this Friday is my last day at work so I’m looking forward to spending my time off with lots of books.

What’s on your December TBR? Have you reached your Goodreads goal yet? (I’ve given up on mine). I’d love to know below!

Fiction Friday: Book Review- Hope at Christmas by Nancy Naigle

Hope at ChristmasHope at Christmas by Nancy Naigle

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

When Sydney finds out that her husband has been cheating on her, she moves back to her childhood home in Hopewell. Her daughter isn’t too happy about the transition but Sydney hopes that she will eventually fall in love with the beautiful town. Meanwhile single dad, Mac sees Sydney and is attracted to her. However just as something begins to blossom between the two, they are faced with challenges that neither of them could have imagined. This was a wonderfully, heartwarming read that I really enjoyed. Sydney is a strong female role model and it is inspiring to see how she rebuilds her life after her divorce.
The town was friendly and colourful which I always love in books about small towns. This was a well-written book with beautiful characters. I definitely recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a Christmas read.

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