December 2023 // To Be Read

Hi Friends,
Happy Bookmas Day 1! I am excited to be doing Bookmas again this year. I will be posting every day in December, so I thought that we would start off the month with my December TBR. I decided that I wanted to participate in a readathon to end the year. So, I will take part in the Bookmas readathon, which is a whole month long. You can watch Bekah, Books, and Bujo’s announcement video for more information. There are nine book prompts, and I hope to read different books for each prompt.


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From the bestselling author of Midnight in Everwood, comes another spellbinding literary fairy tale that’s The Great Gatsby meets Swan Lake.


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The author of the “swoon-worthy debut” (Harper’s Bazaar) The Charm Offensive returns with a festive romantic comedy about a woman who fakes an engagement with her landlord…only to fall for his sister.


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One Day in December is a joyous, heartwarming, and immensely moving love story to escape into and a reminder that fate takes inexplicable turns along the route to happiness.


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Before I Fall meets “bah, humbug” in this contemporary YA reimagining of A Christmas Carol from New York Times bestselling author Cynthia Hand.


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When two young rival journalists find love through a magical connection, they must face the depths of hell, in a war among gods, to seal their fate forever.


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A steamy holiday rom-com cowritten by #1 New York Times bestselling author Julie Murphy and USA Today bestselling author Sierra Simone—about an actress and a perpetually single former boy-band member reunited as costars on a steamy holiday film!


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Two best friends fake date to reach their holiday happily ever after in this first romantic comedy in the Lovelight series.




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Mary Kubica, author of Just the Nicest Couple, takes domestic secrets to a whole new level, showing that some people will stop at nothing to keep the truth buried.



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Kristen Simmons’s masterful breakout horror novel that’s “Jumanji but Japanese-inspired” (Kendare Blake) about estranged friends playing a deadly game in a nightmarish folkloric underworld.


In the comments, let me know what you will read in December. And tell me if you are looking forward to my Bookmas content. Do not forget to share this post with other bookish people. Remember to follow the blog so that you can never miss a post.


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Sarah @ Exploring All Genres

Oh, Bookmas sounds exciting! I’ll have to remember about this next year. You have a nice mix of books on your TBR, hope you enjoy them.