Five heart-warming holiday romances you should read this week
It feels like Thanksgiving was just last week, and now Christmas is only a few days away! Where did the time go? If you're wrung out from all the holiday festivities and need a little romance indulgence to renew your spirit, these five heart-warming stories will keep you cozy.
October 10, 2017
Chasing Christmas Eve (Heartbreaker Bay #4) by Jill Shalvis #BookReview #HolidayRomance
Chasing Christmas Eve is a delightful, heart-warming romance that I had to finish reading through a screen of happy tears and sniffles. I thought I wasn't ready for a Christmas story this early in the season, but I was wrong. I loved these characters, I adored the story world, and I would absolutely read more about these this bigger-than-life group of friends and their love and support for one another. Click to see why Chasing Christmas Eve is a GraveTells Romance TOP PICK!
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