The Christmas reading season is approaching, so I’ve been eyeing the Christmas folder on my Kindle thinking about which books I want to add to my December TBR list. And no, I don’t have an actual list. It’s more of a browse-through to remind myself of what I have to choose from. I already have plenty, but with ebooks there is always room for a few more.
I’ve noticed more and more Christmas titles starting to pop up on the free lists, so starting this week (from now till Christmas) I will include any that I see that appear to be clean. Most (not all) of them are light romances, similar to Hallmark Christmas movies, I think. But sometimes that’s just what I’m in the mood for, especially during the holiday season. I know I’ll never read all of them, but it’s fun to have a selection to choose from.
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Daughters of Zion
Daughters of Zion by C. A. Gray is a collection of fictionalized short stories about various women in the Bible, arranged in chronological order. This one isn’t Christmas-themed other than I would assume Mary’s story is included.
The Complete Christmas Stories
The Complete Christmas Stories by Lucy Maud Montgomery. One of my all-time favorite authors. I thought maybe this was a compilation of Christmas-themed chapters from the Anne of Green Gables series and others, but it appears to be stand-alone short stories. Looking forward to diving into this one soon!
Christmas in Hawk Ridge Hollow
Christmas in Hawk Ridge Hollow by Ellie Hall is Book 5 in the Rich and Rugged: A Hawkins Brother Romance series. (Can you see me rolling my eyes? Ha!) Looks like a fun Christmas-in-the-mountains setting.
Dreaming of His Kiss
Dreaming of His Kiss by Jessie Gussman is Book 0.5 of the Cowboy Mountain Christmas series. I think that means it’s a prequel novella. It’s about a cardiologist who is called to leave the medical field and become a pastor in the Ozarks. Since I just moved to the Ozarks this will be an interesting one to read this year.
Christmas Car Kerfuffle
Christmas Car Kerfuffle by Jessie Gussman appears to be a stand-alone novel. That title, though! Cracks me up! I’ve gotta see what that’s about!
One Last Christmas
One Last Christmas by Ruth Kyser is a Christian novella “about faith, family, and God’s never-ending love for us.”
Christmas Love & Sweet Box Set
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If you missed my previous lists of free ebooks check out these posts. I’ve updated them to indicate which titles are still free.