What novel is better to read this time of year than a holiday romance?
Writing novels set around the sentiments of Thanksgiving and Christmas evoke emotion in the characters. They remember past Christmases, childhood ornaments, wreaths on the door. The holidays bring with them a yearning for belonging. That's where romance and family come in.
If you enjoy books that employ the meaning of Thanksgiving and Christmas in their storylines, here are five of my books you might enjoy.
A doctor and a Wyoming cowgirl fall in love around the holidays. Lucy's gift to Zack -- the real meaning of Christmas.
Love is just a jingle bell away when a sexy toy store owner and a pretty job counselor travel the rocky road to love.
A former stunt man turned lodge owner and a trauma make-up artist meet in Colorado to help an actress who has become a recluse. When their scars are bared, they all learn the power of love.
Can a marriage of convenience become a true marriage? Jake and Sara find the meaning of Christmas in forgiveness.
Tessa and Max are reunited when Max's son needs them both. Thanksgiving could be a holiday they celebrate for a lifetime.
©2013 Karen Rose Smith
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