Here’s a list of some of the best-loved Christmas M/M books to provide you with plenty of reading choices this festive season.
“Unwrapping Hank” by Eli Easton – Sloane is the son of two psychiatrists so he thinks he knows people pretty well but, when he joins a college fraternity, he can’t figure out Hank, the brother of his friend.
“Let It Snow“, “Sleigh Ride“,”Winter Wonderland” and “Santa Baby” by Heidi Cullinan – four-book ‘Minnesota Christmas’ series, each with a different couple getting together over the holidays.
“Blame it on the Mistletoe” novella by Eli Easton – a geeky college student convinces his popular roommate to teach him how to kiss for an upcoming Christmas party.
“Christmas Kitsch” by Amy Lane – Teenagers Rusty and Oliver couldn’t be more different but when their friendship begins to turn into something more they face overwhelming problems. (Twenty percent of the profits from this book go to an LGBTQ charity.)
“A Family for Christmas” by Jay Northcote – when Rudy invites office colleague Zac to spend Christmas with his family, they are mistaken for a couple and find it increasingly difficult to prevent the fantasy becoming a reality.
“A Fortunate Blizzard” by L. C. Chase – Two stranded men spend Christmas together but one of them is seriously ill and it could take a Christmas miracle to give them a happy ending.
“Winter Oranges” by Marie Sexton – a young man, sick of his failing Hollywood life, goes to stay in an out-of-the-way house over the holidays, where he meets a ghost… (Twenty percent of the royalties of this book go to charity.)
“So This is Christmas” by Josh Lanyon – part of the Adrien English mystery series about an amateur detective. In this book Adrien is asked by a friend to find the man’s missing boyfriend.
“The Christmas Throwaway” by R J Scott – a cop finds a young man living on the streets on Christmas Eve and takes him home for a proper Christmas.
“Candy Man” by Amy Lane – Adam’s life is at an all-time low when he gets a job at a candy store and meets Finn, but will he find the strength to take a chance on him?
For even more holiday reading, see my personal favourite festive M/M romances here.