#Blogmas Christmas In Winter Valley by Jodi Thomas

Christmas In Winter Valley by Jodi Thomas was such a joy to read. At the core of this book is Cooper and his brother Elliott. Cooper is headed off to a rustic cabin in the Winter Valley woods to care for a herd of wild mustangs while Elliott stays back at their ranch, Maverick Ranch, trying […]

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#Blogmas A Coldwater Christmas by Delores Fossen

A Coldwater Christmas by Delores Fossen is book four in Fossen’s Coldwater Texas series. I read last year’s holiday romance in this series and had every intention on backtracking through the series in 2019, but failed to do so. *cringe* In my attempt at holding myself accountable however, I will make it a priority in 2020. […]

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Weekly Wrap Up

Happy Sunday Friends. I hope your week has been amazing. This past week was my last week in my current two courses. Last week I had a research paper due for each class and this week was *sigh* final exam week. I won’t get into specifics of how bad it sucked, but I will leave […]

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#Blogmas 12 Days of Christmas by Debbie Macomber

Twelve Days of Christmas by Debbie Macomber was a reread for me. I read it for the first time November of 2018 and loved it. It is with great joy, to say that I enjoyed it just as much this go around as I did the first time. This is the enemies to lovers, holiday […]

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#Blogmas Past Vlogmas Recommendations

I absolutely love Vlogmas where Youtube creators will vlog everyday in December leading up to Christmas. I feel like it’s when creators creativity really shines through with having to come up with daily content, edit and upload. I was thinking of some of my favorite Vlogmas videos from past years. I had to do a […]

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#Blogmas Gift Ideas for Little Readers

Here are a few book recommendations for the little readers in your life: Home Alone and Home Alone Lost In New York by Jason Rekulak and illustrated by Kim Smith. I am all about introducing my kids to classic television and film. We hauled the illustrated edition of Home Alone when it first released and […]

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#Blogmas It Started With Christmas by Jenny Hale

Let’s just preface this with saying that initially when I finished It Started With Christmas, I felt like the ending redeemed the rest of the book. As days go by though, I think my mind is changing.. It Started With Christmas follows Holly. Holly and her Nana go to their families cabin in the hills […]

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#Blogmas The Christmas Shop by Nancy Naigle

“I want to jog on the beach with you–” He had almost forgotten. “Hang on.” He ran to the trunk of his car and came back with a bucket in hand. “To collect shells along the shore together. I want to buy you flowers just because it’s Tuesday, wake up to your smile and go […]

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#Blogmas A Wedding In December by Sarah Morgan

“Do you ever read a feature praising a woman whose life is to care for her disabled child or parent with Alzheimer’s? No, you don’t. When someone talks about ‘achievement’ they’re talking about Salary and Status, not the fact that you actually managed to take a shower and change your clothes after being in the […]

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#Blogmas Christmas Wishes and Mistletoe Kisses by Jenny Hale

Christmas Wishes and Mistletoe Kisses by Jenny Hale should absolutely be on your holiday tbr. This is the romance between single Mom, nurse Abbey who is trying to hold it all together and Nick. Nick is a millionaire, divorcee, who is hosting family Christmas at his place this year and is suggested to hire Abbey […]

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