Somehow another month has flown by, which means it’s time to share my thoughts on all the books I read. This month was full of some terrific holiday books as well as a few great upcoming releases to watch for in early 2023. Discover which books you should buy, borrow, or pass in my December 2022 Reading Wrap-up below!
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Christmas by the Book
Warm, cozy English village saves the local bookshop. Perfect holiday read!
The Holiday Swap
Parent trap meets Hallmark holiday movie. Wraps up a little too neatly but is entertaining.
The Call of the Wrens
Powerful story of a mother that spans two World Wars. Women in service story that delivers!
One Last Gift
Moving brother/sister relationship drives the plot, but a heartwarming romance makes it memorable.
Mercury Pictures Presents
Homefront WWII tale about the role of film and propaganda. A powerful immigrant story!
Sweet little story of two best friends who love each other more than they realize.
Murder mystery that highlights racism and prejudice in a privileged community.
Last Christmas in Paris
Absolutely perfect romance told in the form of letters to/from two friends during WWI.
Christmas in Vermont
Boring and bland Christmas story about second chance romance.
The Secret Society of Salzburg
Two unlikely friends work together to change the lives of victims of Nazi persecution.
Murder mystery and story within a story about an Italian villa.
The Witches of New York
A witchy tale of friendship, evil vs good, and finding one’s family.
Witcha Gonna Do
Spicy story of two witches who find a way to work together despite their mutual hatred.
A Very Merry Bromance
Grumpy sunshine, country music, and found family meets Christmas family drama.
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