Three books to read this winter (part 2) | To feel joyful πŸŒ¨πŸŽ„


Dear reader,

I am back with my recommendations for Winter! I know I’m a bit late, I haven’t posted in a while and I don’t really have any excuses. I’ve been very busy and somehow very anxious, which prevented me from doing anything. Writing this I’m still anxious but I wanted to force myself to do something in hope to get me out of this mess. So, I’m back!

Without further ado, here are three books to read this winter to feel joyful!

β₯Β One Day in December by Josie Silver


I read this book last year because I received an ARC of it and I loved it A LOT. I wrote a review for it as I took part of the blog tour and I keep recommending it a year later because of how much I liked it. It’s perfect for fans ofΒ Love, Actually like myself who want to read a bit of romance during the holidays.

β₯Β We Met in December by Rosie Curtis


I read this book a few days ago because I wanted a cute holiday romance and though the story happens during a whole year and therefor doesn’t really focus on Christmas or anything I still really loved it. It’s extremely slow but I didn’t mind at all. I would recommend it for people who aren’t huge romance fan but are still looking for something sweet to read!

β₯Β Almost Midnight by Rainbow Rowell


I read this one maybe two years ago, it’s short but extremely sweet and I love it a lot. It has two stories in it, one about New Years Eve, and another one aboutΒ Star Wars (which I love more than anything in the world), and I adored them both. Perfect to add one book read to your Goodreads goals!

And that’s all!

What books would you recommend me to feel joyful this Winter?

Love always,



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