The Cutest Christmas Book That Ever Was!

As the days grow colder and the nights get longer, it seems like Christmas is right around the corner. When offered an adorable holiday-themed rom-com, it was one I couldn’t refuse! The pick: All I Want For Christmas by Wendy Loggia.

All I Want For Christmas is a rom-com but with a surprise ending, filled with adorable holiday dates and romance galore. It was such an escape read for me, and I truly swooned when reading this novel. The main character, Bailey, wants only one wish for Christmas- a kiss under the mistletoe. As the holiday season picks up speed, she finds herself in a situation she can’t believe- having to choose between sporty Jacob from school or the newly met mysterious stranger Charlie. Who will she pick, or will she even have her mistletoe kiss this Christmas?

I truly loved this book so much!! Not only was it so cheerful and mood boosting throughout the entire plotline, it was just so fun to read! I loved the plot twist, and I am sure it is one to be a crowdpleaser. I ripped through this book in one night, because I was so curious to see what happened next. I also just really enjoyed the holiday flair this book provided, and felt that it was a perfect book to read over winter break, with christmas music in the background and hot cocoa in hand.

I’d definitely recommend this book to anyone that adores love stories and the holidays. I also feel that fans of Sarah Dessen and Nicholas Sparks could also enjoy this romantic tale.

Overall, this book was a Christmas treat that will keep you reading. Until my next post, I’ll be cuddled up with this book and a blanket next to the fireplace.

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