Christmas Crackers – A Christmas reading miscellany

Now that we’ve reached November I’m prepared to utter the C (hristmas) word, although only in relation to books!

While I’m not an aficionado of the Christmas read ( I think I’ve being living with The Grinch for too long) I’ve had a couple to review. As a result I’ve started to shed my bah humbug tendencies and started to look at others (and there are PLENTY of others).

For anyone looking for a bargain e-read here’s my selection of Christmas reads. There is nothing costing more than 99p and nothing less than 150 pages (as many Christmas reads are short stories). I’m making no endorsement of the choices other than they met my selection criteria and on the face look like something I’d be happy to read.

Please remember that Kindle prices can change at any time so double-check before you buy.

Christmas Freebies

A Yorkshire Christmas by Kate Hewitt

Naughty or Nice – Collection

Miss Kane’s Christmas by Caroline Mickelson

Twelve Days by Teresa Hill

 99p Bargains

Christmas Cake Cafe by Sue Watson

Christmas Promise by Sue Moorcroft  

One Christmas in Paris by Mandy Baggot

All I want for Christmas by Jenny Hale

A Winter Affair by Minna Howard

Lizzie’s Christmas Escape by Christie Barlow

Christmas at the Dog & Duck by Jill Steeples

Christmas at the Comfort Food Cafe by Debbie Johnson

Christmas Under a Starlit Sky by Holly Martin

Snowflakes and Christmas Cakes by Lindsey Paley

Christmas at the Little Wedding Shop by Jane Linfoot

A New York Love Story by Cassie Rocca

Baxter’s Christmas Wish by Sharon Booth

Christmas Kisses and Cookies by Linda West

Jessica’s Christmas Kiss by Alison May

Cora’s Christmas Kiss by Alison May

Cold Feet at Christmas by Debbie Johnson

Christmas Spirit by Susan Buchanan

Cosy Christmas Tea Shop by Caroline Roberts

A Christmas Romance by Lynda Renham

Wrapped up in Christmas by Ali Stetson

Marry Me Tomorrow by Carla Burgess

Festive Treats – Collection

Fairy Tale in New York by Nicky Wells

Mistletoe and Mayhem by Catherine Ferguson

Christmas at Carrington’s by Alexandra Brown

A Christmas Tail by Cressida McLaughlin


  1. Great post. Spoiled for choice there. I have splashed out this year and pre-ordered Jeanette Winterson’s new book. I’m planning to read one story every day for the 12 days of Christmas but plans like that usually go out of the window for me.

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