The last month of 2023 has arrived. Is it just me or did this year fly by in the blink of an eye? It needs to slow down so I can read all the wonderful books being published. And speaking of books, here's what's on the schedule for December.
We launch the month on Friday, December 1 with a review of Balancing Act, book two in Emily March's heartwarming new Lake in the Clouds series.
Saturday, December 2 brings a review of The Asheville Christmas Wedding, book three in the feel-good Carolina Christmas series co-written by Hope Holloway and Cecelia Scott.
Who wants a cowboy for Christmas? Join me Tuesday, December 5 when I share my thoughts about The Cowboy Whisperer by Sabrina Sol. I am all over this handsome, broody, Mexican-American cowboy...and he has brothers!
I'm going back in time on Thursday, December 7 with a review of Art of the Chase by Tracy Brogan. This Gilded Age historical takes readers back to Trillium Bay, site of Brogan's popular contemporary romance series.
Santa returns on Monday, December 11 with a review of Technically Yours, a second-chance romcom by Denise Williams.
Stop by Saturday, December 9 for a review of Merry Christmas, Montana by Elsa Winckler. This was my first book by Winckler but it won't be my last.
Join me on Friday, December 8 for a review and giveaway of Christmas with a Cowboy by Pam Mantovani. This is the seventh book in Mantovani's Burton Springs series but stands well on its own. Fair warning though: now that I've read it, I'll be getting books 1-6, pronto.
Do you enjoy forced proximity romance with a couple surrounded by a love bundle of high-energy, adorable, rescue dogs? If so, you won't want to miss my review of Housebroke by Jaci Burton on Tuesday, December 12.
Wednesday, December 13 brings a review of Virginia Kantra's newest modern adaptation of a beloved classic. Join me when I share my thoughts about The Fairytale Life of Dorothy Gale.
Join me for another Coastal Magic Spotlight when I welcome Seressia Glass on Thursday, December 14. Glass's newest romcom, Game On, releases on December 12.
Our second Coastal Magic Spotlight on Monday, December 18 features Jeanne Adams. Her newest story, "Intrigue in Althor", is a novella included in the new Mercedes Lackey anthology: Anything With Nothing.
We're rounding out the month on Wednesday, December 27 with a review of You're the Duke That I Want by Lenora Bell. I'm loving these new historical romances by Bell that are inspired by popular movies. Anyone want to guess which movie inspired this book?
What holidays will you be celebrating this month?
Do you have any special traditions that you're looking forward to?
Tell me about the books you'll be reading in December. Anything you're especially excited to dive into?
One randomly chosen person who posts a comment before 11:00 PM, December 5 will receive a package of books from my stash.
*Must be 18