Do you enjoy reading books set at Christmastime? Watching movies with a Christmas theme?
Christmas is a special time of year and it has its a whole cast of characteristics to go with it! Coziness. Gifts. Happiness. Laughter. Togetherness. Celebration. Making space to think of others. Making memories. Delicious food. Traditions. Cookies. Christmas dinner. Christmas Pajamas. Chocolate. Family. Twinkle lights. Miracles.
Many books and movies with Christmas themes are warmhearted stories and bring all the feels!
Two of my favorite fun and funny Christmas movies are Mrs. Miracle and Call Me Mrs. Miracle.
Sweet and light-hearted with happy endings! My favorite type.
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Christmas in Winter Hill by Melody Carlson fits in this category perfectly.
This was part of the reason, I chose to review this book from Revell. Sometimes I love to curl up on the couch with a happy-ending novel and visit these character’s lives and story.
If you like books with a Christmas setting or are looking for one to gift a friend, consider this newest one from Melody Carlson! She has a number of titles for Christmas! Find them here.
Christmas in Winter Hill has several loveable characters, particularly Krista Galloway’s daughter Emily. Krista doesn’t hold an especial fondness for Christmastime. Too many disappointments and unmet expectations surround the day for her. Emily, however, loves Christmas and she’s thrilled to move to a town which hosts Christmasville every year!
With ice skating, hot cocoa, new friends, and a Christmas house inside the pages, you’ll find cozy inside the cover!
Oh, and special new friends, Connor and Anna, begin to lend a hand and show up quite often for Krista and Emily.
The story also has a fly in the ointment to keep us turning the pages! What is Winston up to and why does he want to cross Krista at every turn in her new job?
An easy-to-read story with a few surprises along the way! It will leave you smiling as you close the back cover.
Tell me! I’d love to hear! Do you have a favorite book or story set at Christmastime?