[Book Review] Christmas by Accident

Title: Christmas by Accident
Author: Camron Wright
Pages: 225
Genre: Romance, Contemporary, Seasonal
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

This is an Advanced Readers Copy. That means that this is not the final version of the book therefore parts of this book are subject to change.

Time to celebrate the Christmas season with a themed book! I got this ARC from Bookcon and it’s been sitting on my shelf for the longest. This novel is a lovely romance novel surrounding a girl who works at a bookstore and a man recently fired from his insurance job. The two meet each other and one thing leads to the next in this cute Christmas themed story.

Oh No’s

The jumping around to each character is very random. The change can happen in between paragraphs with a snowflake partitioning them. The point of view also changes multiple times within a chapter.

This book was mainly about Carter and how clueless he is about both his relationship and his own family. It was sort of weird how unknowing he was about everything. The ending did make up for it as he realizes his mistakes though.


The title of this novel really makes sense once you read the book. I actually loved that it was able to mix in on multiple levels based on the books plot and storyline.

This novel is about a bookstore with a cafe in it and how much cuter of a setting can you get? The place is called Readmore and everything!


This was a lovely, quick read that is perfect for any down time you may find on your Winter vacation. A cute romance novel to cuddle up with with some pajamas and hot cacao.

Favorite Quote

“I don’t know- attractive. Think Jim Halpert or Matt Damon but with more forehead.”


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