What to Read Next Based on Your Favorite Holiday Romance Movie!

Tis the season for romance! Are you looking for the perfect book to read alongside your favorite holiday movies? We got you covered. Snuggle up and get ready to binge these love stories perfect for any season.

If you love watching multiple love stories play out all out like in Love, Actually, check out Kissing Under the Mistletoe, an anthology about the joy of Christmas romance from bestselling authors Suzanne Enoch, Amelia Grey, and Anna Bennett.

Loved Holiday in Handcuffs? Pick up This Earl of Mine, Kate Bateman’s fake relationship romance in which love takes no prisoners!

What’s more magical than Christmas in New York? With touching romances at the center, Christmas at the Plaza and A Magical New York Christmas are odes to the Big Apple and hotel setting of the classic story, Eloise at the Plaza.

Loved the chemistry between Danielle Panabaker and Matt Long in Hallmark’s A Christmas Joy? Check out Nancy’s Naigle’s novel and the inspiration for the movie!

“No strings attached” gets complicated when love gets in the way. In both Holidate and The Dating Dare, what starts out as a temporary relationship turns into something more.

With a historical hero to swoon for, A Christmas Spark is perfect for fans of The Knight Before Christmas.

If you loved the holiday magic and second chance romance of The Preacher’s Wife, you’ll love the heartwarming stories in You Make It Feel Like Christmas.

Break away from the city and fall for these small town romances. In Christmas a la Mode and Donna Grant’s Home for a Cowboy Christmas, both couples try to keep their feelings at bay when a crisis rocks their worlds, but their attraction keeps pulling them closer.

What do you get when you mix loyal characters, small town life, and a celebrity love interest hoping to stay out of trouble? An irresistible romance! If you loved Christmas in the Smokies, pick up A Highlander is Coming to Town.

Discover Christmas with Holly, the book that inspired the Hallmark Hall of Fame television movie. In this story, three people discover that Christmas is the time of year when anything is possible and that wishes have a way of finding the path home.

Need an escapist romance? The Holiday and Maggie Finds Her Muse both follow heroines who find themselves stuck in a rut in their everyday lives and travel abroad to discover inspiration, a newfound independence, and love.