Adding More Love to a Christmas Romance Leave a comment

I’m the first to admit that I read to escape. I want happy, comforting books that let me leave the cares of the day behind. To me, Christian romance is perfect. Make it a Christian Christmas romance and it’s even better. Though there may be big obstacles to overcome, I know that in the end, the couple will find their happily ever after. And I know I’ll be reminded of the best comfort a heart can know—the assurance of God’s love.

But this year, I went looking for even more. I wanted to find Christmas books that offered God’s love, human love, and an adorable pet! I asked my fellow authors here at Inspy Romance for suggestions and here’s my new To Be Read pile! Perhaps you’ll find a book you might enjoy as well!

Puppy Love and Mistletoe and Puppy Love and Jingle Bells by Merrillee Whren


Poles Apart by Marion Ueckermann (featuring two Golden Retrievers, one heavily pregnant)

Not Until Christmas Morning by Valerie M. Bodden (featuring a mischievous pet squirrel)


Kittens and Snow Flurries by Lynnette Bonner

If you’ve never read it, you also might enjoy my own Christmas in Abundance, featuring a pregnant chocolate lab, which is available free when you sign up for my newsletter. Just click here!

Wishing you all happy reading and a Christmas filled with the true joy of the season!

Sally Bayless (21 Posts)

Sally Bayless writes contemporary Christian romance that features compelling characters, real-world problems, and uplifting endings filled with the power of love. She lives in the beautiful hills of Appalachian Ohio and has two grown children. When not working on her next book, she enjoys reading, watching BBC television with her husband, doing Bible studies, kayaking, and shopping for cute shoes. For updates on her writing and a free insider’s guide to her books, subscribe to her newsletter by clicking the newsletter icon below or visiting http://bit.ly/NewsfromSally.

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