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The Hallmark holiday movie season has already started, meaning it’s probably time to consider your must-read books for the month of December. Looking for a small-town romance or some grump and sunshine relationship tropes? Check out these four seasonal romances to get into the holiday spirit.

In a Holidaze

In a Holidaze stars main character Mae, who finds herself reliving the same holiday again and again in this Groundhog Day-style rom-com by writing duo Christina Lauren. Will Mae figure out what makes her happy and escape her Yuletide time loop? You’ll have to read to find out.

The Twelve Dates of Christmas

In The Twelve Dates of Christmas, you’ll find yourself in a small town in England where main character Kate is limited in romantic prospects. Her best friend signs her up for a dating service that sets up 12 dates with 12 different men, and hijinks ensue. One thing is for sure, you’ll be laughing and awwing until the very last page.

Written in the Stars

Written in the Stars is part Pride and Prejudice and part Bridget Jones. The reader follows Darcy and Elle, who enter into a fake dating arrangement to fool overbearing family and survive the holidays. What happens next, even the stars can’t predict. Written in the Stars is an #ownvoices queer holiday romance that could melt the heart of any Grinch this holiday season.

Let it Snow: Three Holiday Romances

Let it Snow is a sweet young adult romance written by three of the most well-known names in the genre – John Green, Mauren Johnson, and Lauren Myracle. Let it Snow: Three Holiday Romances gives you triple the romantic storylines, packed with all the adorable setups and fuzzy feelings you look for during the holidays.

Looking for more festive fun this year? Keep reading the Oceanside Lantana blog.