Top Ten Tuesday: Holiday Reads

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Here are the last ten books about winter holidays we have reviewed and loved here at Long and Short Reviews.

It was hard to narrow it down to only ten titles! We’ve had the chance to read so many amazing books about all sorts of winter celebrations over the years.

Just like I did with the Halloween list in October, this post is organized by genre.



Shooting Stars by Shelby Morgen

Bear’s Beauty by Elyzabeth Valey

New Game, Start by C.S. Poe


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The Christmas Star by Judith Keim

Christmas on Maplewood Mountain by Elizabeth Bromke

A Holiday by Gaslight by Mimi Matthews

Pride and Prejudice and Mistletoe by Melissa De La Cruz


Science Fiction and Fantasy

Father Christmas: A Wonder Tale of the North by Charles Vess

Black Friday by Alex Irvine

Mrs. Claus by Rhonda Parrish, editor


  1. Great list! I read A Holiday by Gaslight around Christmas time last year and it was such a lovely, Christmassy novella. I need to read more from Mimi Matthews!

  2. This is a great idea to include some alternative Christmas stories!!

  3. I’ve got to check out the erotica books. Thanks for listing them.

  4. Romance is really the sweetspot for holiday novels. Love it! Great list!

  5. I just added A Holiday by Gaslight. It seems to be on everyone’s list! Thank you for stopping by my TTT!

  6. I’m a sucker for takes on Pride and Prejudice. I’ll have to check that one out.

  7. Great list! I have Christmas By Gaslight but haven’t read it, yet.

  8. Pride and Prejudice and Mistletoe? Sounds like I’d better look for that one.

  9. For some reason I always seem to gravitate to fantasy stuff in the winter. Mysteries and thrillers too I guess. 🙂

  10. Holiday by Gaslight looks really good.

  11. I’ve seen A Holiday by Gaslight a couple of times today and it sounds interesting.

  12. Sci-fi Christmas reads? That’s awesome — I will have to check those out!

  13. Louise @ Foxes and Fairy Tales says

    I love Mimi Matthews! A Holiday by Gaslight was one of my absolute favourite holiday season books last year.

  14. Yes to A Holiday By Gaslight! It’s soooo good! <3 Great list!

  15. I like the sound of those SFF titles. 🙂

  16. OOH, excellent picks! And a great variety. Colour me intrigued.

  17. oh I should look at those SFF titles because I can never really find any holiday reads within sff that I like.

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