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Cosy Christmas Books to Read This Year

Hello, and welcome back to another day of blogmas!

If you have been with me for a while now, you know that I absolutely love anything and everything cosy. I had a post earlier on in the year talking about all of my favourite cosy books. Over the years, I have read a few Christmas novels, so I thought I would do a Christmas version of that post and talk about all of the Christmas books that made me feel all warm and cosy and are absolutely perfect for this kind of year.

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens

This one is such a nostalgic one for me. Ever since I studied the novel in middle school, I have read it almost every year since. I had watched pretty much every adaptation that has come out. I just love it so much. It is such a quick, Christmas classic that truly gets you in the mood for Christmas.

My New Crush Gave to Me by Shani Petroff

My New Crush Gave to Me is a young adult novel. The main character, Charlie, has one goal, and one goal only: to be Teo’s date to the Christmas ball. She comes up with a plan to rig the Secret Santa and to get Teo’s cousin J.D. to help her get the perfect gift for Teo. But along the way, she questions whether it really is Teo that she wants. It is such a fun book. It is silly and dramatic in the best kind of way and it was to definitely use to warm up to Christmas.

Review: My New Crush Gave to Me

Dash & Lily’s Book of Dares by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan

The whole premise of this story revolves around a book that Lily left on the shelf of a bookstore that had a bunch of dares written on them. The two of them pass this book between each other, each writing a new dare before passing it back, but never actually meeting. I believe my words at the time were ‘completely unrealistic, but in the best way’. It is such a fun book that you just want to curl up and read.

Review: Dash & Lily’s Book of Dares

Let it Snow by John Green, Maureen Johnson and Lauren Myracle

Let it Snow is a novel that has three stories in it, but they all overlink in someway. It is a cute and cosy young-adult that is described as a tale of love that interconnects. It is truly wonderful and takes place on Christmas eve during a snowstorm. It is one that I think is perfect to read this season, especially if you want a quick read to fly through. I still need to watch the adaptation for this one!

Wrapped Up in You by Talia Hibbert

It is no secret that I love Talia Hibbert, so when I found out last year she had a Christmas short story, I snatched that right up. It is a classic childhood to lovers story and I desperately wanted a fully length novel out of this one. It is such a wonderful story about how Will plans on winning over his childhood crush, so that they can spend Christmas together.

Review: Wrapped Up in You

The Holiday Swap by Maggie Knox

I don’t think anything could get cosier than a Christmas book centred around baking. This novel is one of my favourite Christmas novels. It is a sort of parent trap twist, where the two twins swap places for the season. They take on one another’s identities and discover so much about themselves. It is honestly the ultimate cosy Christmas novel.

Review: The Holiday Swap

In a Holidaze by Christina Lauren

I am someone who loves repetitive stories and rereading stories all over again, so this story was kind of mocking that for me! This story takes place over the same week, but the main character has to keep reliving it over and over and over again, until she ‘gets the right one’. I thought it was funny and silly and fully of cosy cabin scenes and great friendships.

Review: In a Holidaze

What Christmas books have you read that made you feel all warm and cosy?

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