This time of year is all about cozying up and reading or watching your favorite Hallmark movies! Here are some holiday books and movies to add to your list this season! Make sure to scroll down for a free downloadable bookmark!
From the New York Times bestselling author and local author, Karen Kingsbury’s The Bridge is a heartwarming story about two couples, love lost and found, and the miracle that saved a bookstore is also the basis for a Hallmark Channel movie. Fun fact-the bookstore is based on Franklin’s Landmark Booksellers
A Nantucket Christmas follows newlywed, Nicole Somerset as she overcomes a difficult relationship with her stepdaughter to make new holidays memories and traditions.
Christmas Shopaholic, can anyone else relate? Follow Becky’s holiday adventures as she prepares to host her high maintenance family for Christmas! This one is lighthearted and sure to bring some laughs!
Seven Days of Us certainly hits close to home as a family is quarantined together to spend the holidays and family secrets will come out!
I’ve always wanted to spend the holidays in England. Since I can’t travel there, why not experience it through a book? Royal Holiday follows Vivian Forest as she travels to England and falls for one of the Queen’s guards.
Switched for Christmas: “Just because they are identical does not mean these twins even like each other. Estranged twin sisters get together for an obligatory pre-Christmas lunch, a year after their mother’s death. Both women are unhappy and frustrated with their own lives. Though not close, each is envious of the other’s life. What’s a twin to do but take advantage of this? And who would be the wiser? They do what any identical twins in need of new outlooks would do: they swap lives until Christmas Day, and by doing so, each woman discovers the true meaning of her life and gains a deeper perspective and appreciation for what she already had.”
The Most Wonderful Time of the Year: Single mom Jen brings her business acumen to Christmas, but gets thrown for a loop when her uncle shows up with a stranger to their big holiday event.
Christmas Cookies: After Aunt Sally’s Christmas Cookie Company is sold, executive Hannah must seal the deal and shut down the factory, which is the small town of Cookie Jar’s lifeblood. What was supposed to be a simple assignment for Hannah becomes complicated when she meets Jake, the factory owner determined to find a way to keep the factory open. When Hannah gets swept up in the joy of the holiday season and falls for Jake, will love make her risk her job to save the town of Cookie Jar?
The Mistletoe Promise: Two strangers who aren’t really into Christmas make a pact to avoid being lonely during the holidays, by spending time together.
What are you watching or reading this holiday season?