Book Recs: 10 Christmas-Themed Sci-Fi/Fantasy Books (4)

 
 

I know I already did one of these SFF Christmas books posts this year, but I have just SO MANY books written down, and each year I find more, so I have to do more than one post a year in order to try and catch up! And for this one I decided to gather up a bunch of the mlm romances I have on my list. (If that’s not for you, don’t worry, there are links to the other posts at the bottom, and they have more variety!)

I’ll be honest, I threw this post together pretty quickly, and these are mostly books I haven’t read but want to read, so I’ll come back and update with links and better descriptions if and when I do. Also maybe a better intro 😅

Update: Ok I’m working my way through some of these books, and so far not all of them are quite right for me, but that’s ok because we all have different taste! And I am enjoying some of them. I’ll continue updating my thoughts on each book below as I go.

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Ethan & Jag Destroy the World by Maz MaddoxNot Over Yet by Barbara ElsborgA Villain for Christmas by Alice WintersSanta's Naughty Boy by Wendy RathboneSaving Darknight by Lou Sylvre

Ethan & Jag Destroy the World by Maz Maddox

A demon getting summoned and forced to play fake boyfriend to a human, and then the two of them having to save the world. It’s two connected stories, one at Christmas, one at Halloween. The romance is quick with a lot of focus on sex, so not entirely for me, but it’s a fun, sometimes silly holiday story.
Amazon // Goodreads

Not Over Yet by Barbara Elsborg

Forced proximity in a snowy cabin setting (honestly, cannot think of a better trope + setting combo for a Christmas book), and apparently a bit of magic!
Amazon // Goodreads

A Villain for Christmas by Alice Winters

This romance between a superhero and a villain who doesn’t want to be so villainous, despite being raised by a villain family, turned out to be not very Christmassy, but it was a lot of fun with just the right amount of silliness and a genuine, sweet romance! (This cover looks similar to a couple others here because they’re part of a sort of series, but each book is by a different author and completely unrelated. Not all are SFF, so I found the few that were.)
Amazon // Goodreads // My Review

Santa’s Naughty Boy by Wendy Rathbone

Daddy kink isn’t my thing, but I thought I could still enjoy this for the cute romance. Unfortunately it wasn’t for me, and there won’t be much here for anyone who doesn’t like a lot of sex and daddy kink. But if you do like those things, it may be the perfect Christmas story for you!
Amazon // Goodreads

Saving Darknight by Lou Sylvre

As far as I can tell, this one isn’t about Christmas, per se, but rather a sort of fantasy version of the holidays, a dragon, and a little country hidden in time.
Amazon // Goodreads

Hensley Manor by Jaclyn OsbornGingerbread Spiced Daddy by Leona WindwalkerWonderland: Life After the Zombie Apocalypse by J. Scott CoatsworthNicolas by Dianne HartsockWishing on a Dream by Michele Notaro

Hensley Manor by Jaclyn Osborn

A man who no longer feels the Christmas spirit finding it again and falling in love, thanks to a bit of magical help. Another one that has a lot of focus on sex, but the romance and character arc are both sweet, and there’s lots of Christmas activities and cheer.
Amazon // Goodreads

Elves After Dark Series by Various Authors

This is a sort of series with eight books, each by a different author, but each one is about a Christmas elf finding his HEA in the human world. Gingerbread Spiced Daddy is the first one, so that’s what I’ve linked to, but they can probably be read in any order since I don’t think they’re connected.
Amazon // Goodreads

Wonderland: Life After the Zombie Apocalypse by J. Scott Coatsworth

The title seems somewhat self-explanatory, at least about the whole zombie apocalypse setting, and the story seems to be about two men finding each other and falling in love just in time to celebrate Christmas.
Amazon // Goodreads

Nicolas by Dianne Hartsock

I don’t know how Christmassy this one is, but it’s about a man staying alone in a cabin giving refuge to a man on the run from Krampus, so I assume there must be a bit of Christmas-ness in there somewhere. Perhaps a bit darker than the usual Christmas tale, but not too dark I don’t think.
Amazon // Goodreads

Wishing on a Dream // Building on a Hope by Michele Notaro

This is a sweet book about a warlock trapped in a snow globe and the man who saves him, and their ensuing relationship. The second book, Building on a Hope, is a m/m/m romance about some of the side characters (two warlocks and a human) and is also very sweet.
Amazon // Goodreads // My Review

More SFF Christmas Books

Book Recs: 10 Christmas-Themed Sci-Fi/Fantasy Books (1)
Book Recs: 10 Christmas-Themed Sci-Fi/Fantasy Books (2)
Book Recs: 10 Christmas-Themed Sci-Fi/Fantasy Books (3)
Book Recs: 10 Christmas-Themed Sci-Fi/Fantasy Books (4)
All the SFF Christmas Books I’ve Reviewed

 
 
 
 

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