Christmassy Review :: The Enemy You Gnocchi :: Catherine Bruns

Synopsis It’s the deadliest thyme of the year… With snow dusting the ground and sauce sizzling on the stove, local chef Tessa Esposito is ready to serve up some holiday cheer. And with the annual Festival of Lights underway, it seems nothing can dim her spirits. Not even Mario Russo, the newest scrooge in town […]

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Review :: The Little Christmas Shop on Nutcracker Lane :: Jaimie Admans

It’s the most magical time of year, and anything can happen… Nia Maddison has always believed that wishes come true on Nutcracker Lane. So, when she gets the opportunity to run her own Christmas gift shop on the most magical street in town, it feels like her wishes have been finally granted. But working late […]

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Christmassy :: Gingerdead Man :: Maya Corrigan

This holiday season Bayport, Maryland, is a dead ringer for Victorian London. Val and her grandfather are taking part in the Dickens of a Holiday festival. Val is hosting a private tea party serving the festival’s costumed volunteers, who range from Dickens divas like Madame Defarge and Miss Havisham to Ebenezer Scrooge and old St. […]

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CHRISTMAS :: The Christmas Swap by Sandy Barker

The majority of Christmas romance/romcom novels I read are from the UK or the US, so I am always on the look out for Aussie authors and stories. The Christmas Swap was one of the Aussie Christmas books I highlighted in my post about the 2020 Christmassy releases I was most excited to read, and […]

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Christmas :: Christmas at the Little Cottage on the Hill :: Emma Davies

Arriving at the cosy little rental cottage as the first snow begins to fall, Ruby doesn’t regret leaving her bully of a husband for a moment, but she does feel guilty about uprooting her kids so close to Christmas. She can only wish that one day soon her son Jem will forgive her. It’s not long before the family […]

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It’s beginning to look a lot like my NetGalley shelf!

If you are new to my blog (and Instagram account) you might not be aware that I pretty obsessed with cosy Christmas stories. It started with a few Hallmark movies one Christmas, and then I realised a bunch of those were based on books and since then every festive season (and to be completely honest, […]

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