We've arrived. It's December, the final month of the year, and I have to say, 2020 has been both the shortest and the longest year I've experienced in my life. I'm more than ready to turn the page. But, before we do that, I plan to do my level best to make this month one that overflows with joy, kindness, and the spirit of all the December holidays. And books, of course. Always, books! Here's what's happening at The Romance Dish this month.
December begins with a cover reveal of So We Meet Again, a 2021 rom-com by Suzanne Park, on Wednesday, December 2. This Korean-American writer and comedienne is sure to bring the humor, heart, and diversity of her debut, Loathe at First Sight to this second novel as well.
Tuesday, December 8 brings the tour review of Simple Gifts by Anna DeForest. This first book in her High Country Marshals series is a Christmas story featuring a struggling female rancher and a rugged ex-Marshal.
Join me on Thursday, December 10 when I celebrate some of my recent Harlequin holiday reads. They have some greats stories waiting for readers this month.
Jayci Lee is one of my favorite new author finds this year. I have loved the first two books in her Heirs of Hansol, contemporary romance series for Harlequin Desire and am excited to bring you my review for the final book in the trilogy, Off Limits Attraction, on Wednesday, December 16.
Stop by Tuesday, December 14 when I'll be sharing excerpts, recipes, and more while shining a spotlight on a collection of Casablanca holiday romances.
Friday, December 18 brings a review of All the Colors of the Night by Jayne Ann Krentz. This second book in Krentz's Fogg Lake romantic suspense trilogy is sure to have readers on the edge of their seats while flipping pages late into the night.
On Tuesday, December 29, I'll be sharing my thoughts about BOONE, the third book in Emily March's Eternity Springs: The McBrides of Texas spinoff trilogy. It's deeply emotional and my favorite of the series.
Wrapping up the month on Wednesday, December 30, I'll be bringing you my review of Wrong Alibi by Christina Dodd along with a Q&A with the author. This newest suspense thriller by Dodd has more twists and turns than an Alaska mountain road. I couldn't put it down.
Those are the scheduled events for December but keep an eye out for pop-ups throughout the month. I'll be adding more reviews and some surprises as well as we wrap ourselves in the joys and traditions of whichever holiday we celebrate. Stay safe, stay healthy, and stay tuned for more fun here at The Romance Dish.
Have you begun decorating for the holidays yet?
Are you reading any Christmas or Hanukkah romances? What's on your reading agenda this week?
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