We’ve rounded up a few of our favorite holiday foods and paired them with some delicious reads. So, get ready for a bite of everything form historical fiction to paranormal romance!
First up is the main dish—turkey! And what is more classic than a historical fiction novel? Especially a timeless story about romance, heartache, and one fateful night like in The Second Mrs. Astor by Shana Abe?
Cozy mysteries are a light, sometimes a little fluffy, but always delicious! Just like mashed potatoes. This holiday you can take a bite out of Two Wicked Desserts by Lynn Cahoon and join caterer Mia Malone as she solves mysteries AND learns how to be a witch!
Stuffing is a dish that can make or break the meal just like a good mystery can make or break a thrilling read. And the twists and turns in Shanora Williams’ domestic thriller The Perfect Ruin will certainly have you craving more.
The perfect, crunchy toppings really add to green bean casserole! Just like how the gorgeous photos elevate The Dance Theatre of Harlem by Judy Tyrus and Paul Novosel.
Cranberry sauce is an indulgence to be savored…just like Breaking Badger by Shelly Laurenston! So buckle up and get ready for a humorous, action-packed, romantic ride in the latest Honey Badger Chronicle!
What’s sweet, delicious, and the perfect way to end the evening? A slice of pecan pie along with And They Lived Happily Ever After by Therese Beharrie. Because the only dream we have more often than eating as much pie as we want? Finding the perfect guy!