Tiny Home for Christmas
A "Snowhere to Go" Romance
by Erin Lucy
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Pub Date 6 Dec 2023 | Archive Date 20 Dec 2023
Spending Christmas in a stranger’s tiny home isn’t what Scarlett wants, but it might be just what she needs.
I travel alone. I eat alone. I sleep alone. I celebrate Christmas alone.
Being snowed in at a campground is my idea of heaven. I have an electric heater, lots of blankets, and plenty of food to keep me warm. A little subzero windchill won’t stop me from enjoying my holiday.
Unless the power goes out.
People are like ants, moving soil, carving out roads, building endlessly, upsetting the balance. I don’t like ants.
Any chance I get to be alone, I take it. Being snowed in at Jolly Days Campground on Christmas? No problem.
Except there is a problem. She’s in that Ford Transit van over there and if the power goes out, she’ll freeze to death.
So, of course, the power goes out.
And my tiny home just got way too crowded.
Tiny Home for Christmas is a forced-proximity, enemies-to-more, close-door romance about two cold hearts that slowly warm up to love.
What you'll find in this story:
- Enemies to More
- Snowed in
- Forced Proximity
- Pregnancy loss
- Parental emotional abuse
Average rating from 31 members
Thank you to NetGalley, New Fable Press, and Erin Lucy for allowing me to review this ARC!
This was such a sweet Christmas story revolving around the two main characters, Nick and Scarlett, who are both self described lone travelers. They enjoy being alone, picking up and traveling the country in their respective vehicles/homes with their dogs. When they stumble into a snow storm in Georgia they both find themselves parked next to each other at a campground. Scarlett's heat can't keep up with the weather and so she takes Nick up on his invite to stay warm in his tiny house. Days pass and while it began as an awkward situation they begin to get along and feelings develop. They both end up going their separate ways but soon find themselves meeting back up after Scarlett finds out upsetting news.
This book was cute with a Christmas vibe. No spice at all but sweet nonetheless. I wish there was a little more connection between the two main characters during their time together but it was an easy read for those that enjoy a quick, feel good romance.