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6 Books You Should Read this Christmas

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‘Tis the season to fall in love.

There’s always some extra good feels when we think about a cozy Christmas, even if for some it’s through someone else’s love story. Here are a few titles that will surely give you the right vibes this season.

1.Dash & Lily’s Book of Dares by Rachel Cohn & David Levithan

When Lily decided to leave a Moleskine notebook full of dares in her favorite bookstore, all she wanted was to see if someone was brave enough to do it and make a new friend. When Dash came across the mysterious notebook, all he wanted was to know the charming and witty person who left it. What happens next is a (mis)adventure that will leave you with all the kilig #feels.

2.Let It Snow by John Green, Maureen Johnson & Lauren Myracle

What do you get when you put in three YA authors to work in one book? One snowed in town, a stranded train, a Waffle House and a teacup piglet all make for an interesting read of three interconnected stories that will make you laugh and cry (a little) as nostalgic moments of falling in love in your teens keep you cozy.

3.Ex Mas (A Love/Hate Story) by Kate Brian

To get back at her brother for ruining her chance to throw a party while their parents were out, Lila Beckwith left a note about global warming in the North Pole for young Cooper to see. This prompted him to run away with his best friend Tyler to try and save Santa and his elves. Lila’s only hope of finding her brother and his friend before their parents came back is with the help of Beau, her ex-boyfriend. Can the two survive the adventure together without arguing or will this be a chance to rekindle the flame?

4.Till I Met You by ABS-CBN Publishing and Dreamscape Entertainment

Everyone has a love story to tell, and this wedding planner inspired by the hit TV series of the same name, includes the love stories of the characters as well as a guide on how to plan your own fairy tale wedding.

5.French Kissmas by Catherine Hapka

Nicole Larson is back in Paris with her friend Annike to spend the holiday season. But as soon as she’s back, her French ex-flame Luc, made it clear that he wants to rekindle where they left off a year ago even if they know it will only be for a few weeks. Enter Mike, Nicole’s new buddy who is obviously interested in being more than friends. With the Eiffel Tower and the Champs-Elysées beckoning in the background, will Nicole choose something that is sure but temporary or will she go for the one who has the potential to be something more?

6.My True Love Gave To Me: Twelve Holiday Stories edited by Stephanie Perkins

Because one story is not enough, twelve notable YA authors come together to serve a warm and tingly collection of stories for all. Best served with a cup of cocoa in one hand and a box of tissue nearby for that occasional shed-a-tear tale.

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The book is a collection of some of my self made poems from the last couple of years of my life that tackles my personal experiences in love, personal struggles, depression, heartbreak and moving on.

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23 August 2018