Merry Christmas to all my readers! Are you looking for some of the best romantic Christmas books to read? Then, you are in the right place! Here, I have compiled a list of the 10 Best Christmas Romance books for 2021.
I have spent the past week reading on a bunch of best Christmas romance books and holiday romance books I ended up finishing 10 books. I spent time excited one and it was a pretty successful week and it has definitely gotten me even more into the holiday mood most of these were Christmas romance novels and holiday novellas.
Though which is why I already read so many of them but I just wanted to share with you all the best Christmas romance books and holiday romance books and maybe if you are in the holiday mood and if you're still looking for reading some cute best Christmas romance novels and holiday romance books you could pick something in this list.
10 Best Christmas Romance Novels For This Holiday Season in 2021
1. Catching Christmas
The first Christmas story from New York Times and the USA TODAY bestselling author Terri Blackstock. "The feel-good Christmas book of the year. Blackstock's tale of love and redemption wrapped in a holiday bow will leave you smiling. Don't miss Catching Christmas." -New York Times bestselling author Rachel Hauck This Year, Christmas Comes Just in Time As a first-year law associate, Sydney Batson knows she will be updating her resume by New Year's if she loses her current case.
So when her grandmother gets inexplicably ill while she's in court, Sydney arranges for a cab to get her to the clinic. The last thing cab driver Finn Parrish wants is to be saddled with a wheelchair-bound old lady with dementia. But because Miss Callie reminds him of his own mother, whom he failed miserably in her last days, he can't say no when she keeps calling him for rides.
Once a successful gourmet chef, Finn's biggest concern now is paying his rent, but half the time Callie doesn't remember to pay him. And as she starts to feel better, she leads him on wild-goose chases to find a Christmas date for her granddaughter. When Finn meets Sydney, he's quite sure she's never needed help finding a date.
Does Miss Callie have an ulterior motive, or is this just a mission driven by delusions? He's willing to do whatever he can to help fulfill Callie's Christmas wish. He just never expected to be a vital part of it. "Blackstock's Catching Christmas is not your average romance. Darling and laugh-out-loud cute, it makes the reader think about the important things in life.
I read it in one gulp and wished there was more. Highly recommended!" -Colleen Coble, USA TODAY bestselling author of the Hope Beach and Lavender Tides series "Terri Blackstock's latest offering touches tender places with its quirky characters and stirring plot.
Catching Christmas explores what happens when the paths of a disenchanted taxi driver collide with that of an overworked attorney. Blackstock weaves a compelling, romantic tale that is sure to get you into the Christmas spirit!" -Denise Hunter, bestselling author of Honeysuckle Dreams and The Convenient Groom.
2. Season of Wonder
It’s a long way from New York to Idaho…but could they have found a home at last? Dani Capelli has never truly belonged anywhere. And from her earliest days as a foster child in Queens, she would have been lost if it weren’t for her love of animals. Until high school, when she fell hard for the wrong boy and found herself pregnant—and married—by graduation.
Two daughters later, Dani realized her mistake and filed for divorce, and with the help of scholarships and loans—and a lot of macaroni and cheese dinners—she enrolled in vet school. Things were finally looking up…until her ex-husband became her late husband, in the most notorious way possible.
Now Dani and her daughters need an out-of-town pass more than ever. So when the retiring Haven Point veterinarian offers her a chance to settle in the small Idaho town and take over his practice, she jumps at it.
But adjusting to the charming mountain community isn’t easy; thirteen-year-old Silver begins acting out while six-year-old Mia is growing too attached to Haven Point and everything in it, especially their next-door neighbor, Deputy Sheriff Ruben Morales. And Dani can’t blame her. Ruben is everything she’s secretly wanted—and everything she can’t bear to risk loving…and losing.
As the holidays draw near, their shared concern for Dani’s daughters brings them closer together, giving Ruben the chance to show this big-city woman just how magical Christmas in Haven Point can be...and that the promise of a home, at last, is very real in the most wondrous season of the year.
3. Christmas Shopaholic: A Novel
Becky Brandon (née Bloomwood) adores Christmas. It's always the same – Mum and Dad hosting, carols playing, Mum pretending she made the Christmas pudding, and the next-door neighbors coming round for sherry in their terrible festive jumpers.
And now it's even easier with online bargain-shopping sites – if you spend enough you even get free delivery. Sorted!
But this year looks set to be different. Unable to resist the draw of craft beer and smashed avocado, Becky's parents are moving to ultra-trendy Shoreditch and have asked Becky if she'll host Christmas this year. What could possibly go wrong?
With sister Jess demanding a vegan turkey, husband Luke determined that he just wants aftershave again, and little Minnie insisting on a very specific picnic hamper – surely Becky can manage all this, as well as the surprise appearance of an old boyfriend and his pushy new girlfriend, whose motives are far from clear...
Will chaos ensue, or will Becky manage to bring comfort and joy to Christmas?
About the author
Madeleine Wickham (Madeleine Wickham) is a famous British writer and the author of the Shopaholic series of novels. She graduated from Oxford University in England and worked as a financial reporter before writing. In 2000, she published "The Whimsical World of Shopaholics" and became a rising star in the literary world.
The Shopaholic Rebecca series has become a best-selling book in The New York Times and Publishers Weekly, with a total of more than 2,000,000 copies sold worldwide and versions in more than 35 languages. The Walt Disney Company bought the rights to the adaptation of "The Shopaholic's Whimsical World".
The film "Confessions of a Shopaholic" based on the "Shopaholic Series" has set off a craze for screenings around the world and is loved by fans, especially It is a female audience. Madeleine Wickham is currently a judge for several novel awards. The works "My A-Class Secret" and "The Queen of Housekeeping" in recent years will also be adapted into movies after the "Shopaholic" has been put on the screen. Madeleine lives in London with her husband and three children.
4. One Day in December: A Novel
Two people. Ten chances. One unforgettable love story.
Laurie is pretty sure love, at first sight, doesn't exist anywhere but in the movies. But then, through a misted-up bus window one snowy December day, she sees a man who she knows instantly is the one. Their eyes meet, there's a moment of pure magic...and then her bus drives away.
Certain they're fated to find each other again, Laurie spends a year scanning every bus stop and cafe in London for him. But she doesn't find him, not when it matters anyway. Instead they "reunite" at a Christmas party, when her best friend Sarah giddily introduces her new boyfriend to Laurie. It's Jack, the man from the bus. It would be.
What follows for Laurie, Sarah and Jack is ten years of friendship, heartbreak, missed opportunities, roads not taken, and destinies reconsidered. One Day in December is a joyous, heartwarming, and immensely moving love story to escape into and a reminder that fate takes inexplicable turns along the route to happiness.
About The Author
Josie Silver is an unashamed romantic who met her husband when she stepped on his foot on his twenty-first birthday. She lives with him, her two young children, and their cat in a little town in the Midlands.
5. The Gift
“There are two ways for people to be happy, one is what good things happen to them, and the other is bad luck for others.” "But this can only be controlled at the level of clear expression of each other, and can not be used to destroy the other's heart."
Seeing this, I can't help thinking of the protagonist Lou in the novel, who has a successful career and is completely accustomed to and enjoys working life. For his rush and fight, he gained a lot and lost a lot. The happiness he was for just completely satisfied the above two possibilities mentioned by Lian Yue, a new promotion, what he expects is not only to bring himself more happiness, At the same time, there is the thrill of conquering strong opponents.
Once a person falls into this situation, it is difficult to rationally withdraw from the indefinite expectation of happiness, and quietly consider what they have done, the harm to those around them, especially to themselves.
Gabe in the novel is always a mystery to me. After all, I still don’t understand what magic power is that enables him to "prophet" and how to give Lou that magical "avatar". Or maybe it's just A moving story made up by the narrator Raphael in the book, just a sweet and heart-warming tale, so absorbing.
The narrative of the novel is not completely linear but interspersed between the realistic plot and the storytelling, which is separated from time to time by the chapter of The turkey boy. The narrative method like Cecelia not only is not chaotic but makes the plot and rhythm of the story smoother.
Even if the simple truth is easy to understand and repeated a hundred times, it will tire the listener, and if it is hidden in a wrapped cocoon, the reader will be able to think as the reading continues and the plot develops.
Instead of simply listening, layer by layer, in order to show its righteousness, this is the best "preaching and teaching karma to solve puzzles." Cecelia strives to wrap the same truth in two different but similar "cocoons", expecting to pass two different lives, or three (if you count Raphael), and four (if you count Jessica) ), to show us the most worthy and cherished gift in life.
I believe that Cecelia does not want to be a "teacher", but just like the words "Lose yourself in the magical world of Cecelia Ahern" on the title page, but any fascinating story can make us feel.
Before the code word, I decided to mention the film adapted from another novel by the author, PS I Love You. I, therefore, knew the author, and contacted and wanted to contact the author's other novels. Unlike the Gift, the plot of PS can still be found or copied in the real world, but a closer taste can also reveal the similarities between the two works: the plot in the movie is also related to Ireland, and it is also related to Christmas.
Relevance is also related to family, it is also related to life and death, and when it touches death, it also offers readers a happy ending and hopes to carry on a new life.
With so much pressure in real life, why can't we become more romantic, keep a little distance from the cruel society, feel the beauty conveyed in the book with our heart, and don't forget to stop in a hurry to cherish everything. This is the best gift I got from Cecelia's book.
"As big as the heart, the stage is as big" is true, but maybe the stage we need is not blindly infinitely big. We can try our best to jump out of the sky on the stage of our own. It is a kind of happiness.
6. Bridget Jones's Diary: A Novel
Bridget Jones's Diary: A Novel by Helen Fielding
This is a book I wanted to read a long time ago. Now holding it in his hand, halfway through reading, but no longer have the courage to continue turning it over.
It's like a fifteen-year-old British girl with half-length curly hair with freckles on her face, giggling in front of you, and can't stop. ——At first, you still think that this happy girl is so energetic that it is really refreshing, but after five minutes, you will want her to quiet down and do something else.
I have always been a loyal reader of Pride and Prejudice, loving Elizabeth and Darcy. So when I started to read "BJ Singles Diary", I vaguely felt that this author was the same as me. Sure enough, when watching a related interview later, the author Helen said that she was a loyal reader of Austin and a loyal fan of Darcy. Even the actor Colin Firth, who loves the classic version of Darcy TV in Aiwu and Wu Ai.
Although BJ and Elizabeth are different, they all have the same characteristics. They are pure and kind-hearted, real women who dare to express their own feelings. They have also been confused by the wrong men and misjudged good men, but they have the courage to admit their mistakes and dare to pursue true love. I think this is a very charming quality. This is also the quality that attracted bad men Daniel and Darcy.
The original book is full of self-deprecating British humor that the British are good at, about BJ and her friends' various uncontrollable behaviors, and doubts about marriage and love in real society. In fact, the problem of love is the same regardless of Chinese and Western.
What Darcy touched me in the book is the uncompromising expression of love of his characteristic British man. Not the sentence in the movie.
Because I have loved, I understand.
7. Winter's Tale
When I first read this book, I was only attracted by the author's fine word representations and stories, but I slowly tasted it. In fact, the author has incorporated many elements. According to my summary of all best-selling books, a good novel cannot be separated from an implicit theme, and the prominent theme of the book is the good and evil of human nature, the dispute between justice and evil, and the poignant love.
You will follow the author's rhythm and feel the story of Manhattan, New York. The author said that he is not writing with a pen, but with a few pairs of sneakers, walking all over the city.
There are many hidden clues in this book. Migration is very moving. In order to seek a new countryman, yearning for the prosperity of the city, but also to be able to live more, overcome many difficulties, travel through mountains and rivers, and travel far and wide. Work hard in the city.
A woman, carrying a child who was about to die of illness on her back, was climbing a towering cliff. If she was not careful, she would be broken into pieces, but to save the child and let the mother die and live, she climbed the iceberg with difficulty. Reading this will almost make people burst into tears. All beings are like stars in the sky.
Everyone comes to this world to fulfill their mission, so cherish their present moment and chase their dreams. The author uses the method of showing (showing) instead of telling (telling), the beautiful scenery description, the tense plot laying, as if you are on the scene, please follow the author’s rhythm and feel a spiritual experience Feast! This book is indeed a classic work worthy of collection.
8. Winter Street
"Open this diverting tale of family dysfunction and you'll find a holiday package filled with humor, romance, and realism." --USA TodayKelley Quinn is the owner of Nantucket's Winter Street Inn and the proud father of four grown children: Patrick, a hedge fund manager; Kevin, a bartender; Ava, a school teacher; and Bart, who has recently shocked everyone by joining the Marines.
During Christmas, the elderly male protagonist discovered that his wife had been affair with him for many years, and was so angry that he canceled the Christmas party and sold the co-run hotel.
The ex-wife has become a well-known TV anchor. Feeling that their family is in a difficult situation, the special plane rushed back to accompany the children, and the old relationship with the male lead was rekindled. The wife came back to dinner and found that their old relationship had revived. She felt that the male protagonist still loved his ex-wife, and it was revealed that he had been using a trumpet to blacken his ex-wife and left in anger.
At the same time, the eldest son was under investigation due to insider trading. His wife and children had taken refuge but returned to reunite.
The second son walked out of a failed marriage and proposed to his new girlfriend and became pregnant.
The third daughter bravely broke up with the boy who could not give her enough love and had been with her. Accompanying her warm male colleague, the youngest son has recently lost contact with the army and was finally confirmed as missing.
9. In a Holidaze
It's the most wonderful time of the year...but not for Maelyn Jones. She's living with her parents, hates her going-nowhere job, and has just made a romantic error of epic proportions.
But perhaps worst of all, this is the last Christmas Mae will be at her favorite place in the world—the snowy Utah cabin where she and her family have spent every holiday since she was born, along with two other beloved families. Mentally melting down as she drives away from the cabin for the final time, Mae throws out what she thinks is a simple plea to the universe: Please. Show me what will make me happy.
The next thing she knows, tires screech and metal collide, everything goes black. But when Mae gasps awake…she's on an airplane bound for Utah, where she begins the same holiday all over again. With one hilarious disaster after another sending her back to the plane, Mae must figure out how to break free of the strange time loop—and finally get her true love under the mistletoe.
10. Winter in Paradise
Irene Steele shares her idyllic life in a beautiful Iowa City Victorian house with a husband who loves her to sky-writing, sentimental extremes. But as she rings in the new year one cold and snowy night, everything she thought she knew falls to pieces with a shocking phone call: her beloved husband, away on business, has been killed in a plane crash.
Before Irene can even process the news, she must first confront the perplexing details of her husband's death on the distant Caribbean island of St. John.
The story is quite fascinating to keep reading. The open ending is well received. The only thing I don’t understand is why the people in the book fall in love so easily? Everyone sees one and loves the other. Especially Ayers, just after breaking up, he seemed too hungry for both of his brothers ~
In addition, I found a small bug: Hank on page 33 should be Huck. update: The more I think about it, the more I feel that the character Ayers is broken. What a kind and beautiful girl. But because of the death of her boyfriend who cheated on her friend, she began to abandon herself. He had an affair with the two brothers and wanted Baker to be his friend. . .
Later, after discovering the true identities of the brothers, their IQ went offline again. Regardless of their true love confession to her, they ran to get back together with their ex-boyfriend, knowing that her boyfriend would still continue to cheat? ! I can see the black question mark too. Does she need a man by her side? Don't chase such a stupid girl. . . Silence for the two brothers.
About the author
Elin Hilderbrand is the mother of three three-sport athletes, an aspiring fashionista, a dedicated jogger, a world explorer, an enthusiastic foodie, and a grateful three-year breast cancer survivor. She has called Nantucket Island her home since 1994. Welcome to Paradise is her twenty-second novel.
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