Tiny Home for Christmas {book review}

About the book

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-lovers, closed-door romance about two cold hearts that slowly warm up to the idea of love.

What I thought about the book

Tiny Home for Christmas is a fun read. I dream of my own tiny home some day, soon, which drew me to this story in the first place. Add in a couple dogs, and I'm definitely hooked. This story is descriptive. You'll feel as if you're in the blizzard with the characters. If you enjoy a fun rom-com, be sure to add this one to your winter to be read stack.

About the author

Erin Lucy is an author of sweet inspirational reads, mostly sweet romances and sweet romantic comedies. She day job, a few kids, a husband, pets, and if she's not writing, she might be reading, going to church, or making herself go to the gym. Or drinking way too much boba tea.
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More about the book

Erin Lucy says, If you live on the east side of the U.S., and you are as old as me, you might remember the 1993 Storm of the Century. It dumped feet of snow on places like Georgia and Tennessee, places that don't normally receive that much snow. I remember it because my college roommate got trapped in her car on the interstate while driving up from Florida after spring break. It was nuts!

Well, it’s happening again! In Tiny Home for Christmas, that is. The main characters get stuck together in an EPIC winter storm and they don’t like people. 😁 And that, my friend, is the setup for a swoony enemies-to-lovers romantic comedy if I ever heard one.
Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of this book in order to give you my honest opinion.


  1. Loved your review of Tiny Home for Christmas! The details were great.

  2. This sounds like such a cozy fun book! Definitely going on my TBR.


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