[BLOGMAS] BOOKMAS DAY THREE: BOOK REVIEW: IT WON’T BE CHRISTMAS WITHOUT YOU BY BETH REEKLES

*Thank you to Netgalley, HarperCollins and Beth Reekles for my copy of this book.*

Photo Credit: Beth Reekles

If you know me well enough, you’ll know that The Kissing Booth is one of my all time favourites, whether it be the book or the movie, so you can probably imagine my excitement when I received the email from Netgalley saying that I had been accepted to read an early copy of Beth’s newest release, It Won’t Be Christmas Without You!

As a big fan of Christmas, I absolutely adored every word of this book, baring in mind, I read it on a scorching hot day! It really made all those Christmas feelings come back in full swing and I’m now ready to dive in to every Christmas book being released this year.

This is Beth’s debut adult book and she smashed it! Christmas, romance and sibling love all in one book? Who would ever resist? All of the characters were so wonderful to read about, making this book an even more comforting read than it already was.

I definitely related a lot more to Eloise, than Cara – you’ll most likely never see me become a workaholic! Throughout the whole book I just wanted to scream at Cara and tell her to go home to her family and enjoy Christmas, but at the same time, I totally understood why she highly prioritised her work.

I really enjoyed going back and fourth between the twins, getting to know their personalities, watching them fall in love and get an insight in to the lives they live away from one another. I’m not going to lie, I also got a little giddy when I realised that the twins hometown is Doncaster – just like me! When Beth described Doncaster, I was able to picture it perfectly, which is such a bonus when reading.

Congratulations, Beth! I would highly recommend this book to everybody and can’t wait to see what Beth has in store for us all next! (After the sequel to TKB of course, eek!)

Shelby x

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