Friday, November 1, 2013

Thanksgiving Romances

With Halloween over and we begin to look forward to the whirlwind holiday season I thought that I would take some time and find some Thanksgiving themed romances that may offer a little escape from all of the holiday madness most of us fall into. This is my favorite time of the year. I am on a holiday high from now until New Year's day then I promptly crash from over excitement. It's just like a child crashing down from a sugar high, but I wouldn't change a thing. I found a few books that look good and ready to be gobbled up. I hope that you find something in this group of books that you will enjoy-gobble gobble!

When Megan Murphy discovered a floppy-eared rabbit gnawing on the hem of her skirt, she meant to give its careless owner a piece of her mind, but Dr. Patrick Hunter was too attractive to stay mad at for long. Soon the two are making Thanksgiving dinner for their families.


Ghostwriter Samantha Monroe has just arrived in Forever, Texas, to turn a remarkable woman's two-hundred-year-old journals into a personal memoir. The Rodriguez clan welcomes her with open arms…and awakens Sam's fierce yearning to be part of a family. But it's the eldest son—intensely private rancher Mike Rodriguez—who awakens her passion. 

Hiring Sam to preserve his great-great-great-grandmother's story for future generations was Mike's inspiration. He just didn't realize how much he'd want her to be part of his family's continuing saga. Delving into the past has made Sam hungry for a future—with Mike. The next move is up to him—if he doesn't make it, the best woman he's ever met just might waltz back out of his life forever!


She Was Home For The Holidays...

But jewelry designer Melissa Randall had no intention of staying in Rawhide, Wyoming. The sassy sophisticate had a life in Paris--one that didn't include a meddling, matchmaking family or the sexy, sloe-eyed deputy they had in mind for her.

Down-home deputy Harry Gowan would never leave Rawhide; she'd never stay. He'd keep his bachelor heart out of her reach, memorize her pouty smile and practice kissing her goodbye. Harry held out hope, though; after all, the matchmaking Randalls were legend in these parts. But had they met their match in Melissa?


  1. Now that I think about it, I believe I have never read a Thanksgiging themed romance novel. I guess I have to start...great list!

    1. Thanks Mina! Let me know if you read one of these and what you think!

  2. My husband thinks the holiday is better suited for murder mysteries! LOL

    1. Thanks for stopping by CJG! I guess we can't all be lovers! LOL I suppose reading a good murder mystery is a pretty good way to distract oneself when dealing with the stresses that come along with the joy of having lots of family around. As long as you have some kind of good book to go to during the holidays that's the important thing! Happy Thanksgiving!


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