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Tea and Biscuits Book Discussions: Cozy Christmas Titles

by | Nov 29, 2021 | Tea and Biscuits Discussions | 6 comments

Tea and Biscuits Book Discussions is a feature here on Addicted To Romance where there is talk of books, blogging, and reading topics….so come on in and join in on the discussion

I love the feel of this title, and it just fits the right frame for the story.

I just love the play on words with this common winter phrase.

The title of this one just has a vibe about it that makes you want to grab it up quickly.

This definitely has a cozy mystery vibe haha The title leaves you just intrigued into delving further into the story.

The title definitely conveys a certain feel to it that portrays magic and Christmas with a touch of feline mood.

This is such a title that will grab your attention immediately. Just delivers all the cozy feels about it.

I simply LOVE this title and sometimes Novella’s have the most charming cozy titles. And this one is no exception.

The title alone just makes you even more curious on what is going on with this one here….what does happen at Christmas?

What do you think of this topic? Do you have any favorite Christmas/Winter type of cozy titles that just work for you? Let me know in the comments below!

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6 Comments

  1. Sam@WLABB

    I think there were a lot of books set around the holidays in that Shalvis series. I loved them all!

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  2. Sophia Rose

    I’ve got What Happens at Christmas on the TBR file. It has the same storyline as Christmas in Connecticut movie so it will be fun. The Magical Cat looks good. I just read The Secret of Snow by Viola Shipman and it was cozy.

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  3. Jen

    OMG – the Magical Christmas Cat… I remember that one! I was so into Lora Leigh back then. Now a days, I really enjoy the cozy holiday-themed books. Shannon Stacey always has a good one (I haven’t read this year’s yet), and I love all the rom-coms on TV right now (I know, not books, but still…).

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