10 Books Like Lovelight Farms by BK Borison I Christmas Tree Farms Romances

Books Like Lovelight Farms by B.K Robinson (Christmas Tree Farms Romances)

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If you are a fan of Hallmark Christmas movies, you know a big trope is when one of the Main Characters visits the small town and falls in love with the small-town farmer. Over the past few years, a super niche trope popping up is for the book to feature or be set in a struggling Christmas Tree Farm, where the couple must come together to save it. 

Here I am featuring 11 books set on a Christmas Tree Farm. 

ABOUT Lovelight Farms BK Borison

This book is available on Kindle Unlimited

Where the lovelight gleams …

A pasture of dead trees. A hostile takeover of the Santa barn by a family of raccoons. And shipments that have mysteriously gone missing. Lovelight Farms is not the magical winter wonderland of Stella Bloom’s dreams.

To save the Christmas tree farm she’s loved since she was a kid, she enters a contest with instafamous influencer Evelyn St. James. With the added publicity and the $100,000 cash prize, she might just be able to save the farm from its financial woes. There’s just one problem. To make the farm seem like a romantic holiday destination, she lied on the application and said she owns Lovelight Farms with her boyfriend. Only … there is no boyfriend.

Enter best friend, Luka Peters. He just came home for some hot chocolate and somehow got a farm and a serious girlfriend.

Lovelight Farms is a romantic comedy featuring a handsome, freckled data analyst, a messy, optimistic Christmas tree farm owner, and a small town with the best hazelnut lattes on the east coast. This sweet and steamy romance is a holiday happily ever after.

Why should you read Lovelight Farms by B.K. Borison?

Lovelight Farms is for you if you are looking for a small-town Gilmore Girls setting romance. This book is set on a Christmas Tree Farm owned by three friends, and as in many Christmas Tree Farms romances, the farm is struggling, and the heroine is in charge of saving the farm. The solution is to enter the farm in a social media competition to win the contest. The heroine must be coupled up, so she asks her best friend to be her fake boyfriend. 

Lovelight Farms is a spicy Hallmark Holiday book that you must pick up.

I listened to the audio, which is available on Hoopla. However, I encourage you to read it. This book is available on Kindle Unlimited.


The Grump Who Stole Christmas by S. Doyle

This book is available on Kindle Unlimited.


Home for the holidays…

That should be a good thing. Eggnog and Christmas carols. Mistletoe and family. Except my dad broke his leg hanging the family wreath. My brothers are at war over taking proper care of Dad. Oh, and I just found out our family business, the Kringle Inn is failing!

The last thing I need is this mysterious new guy who runs the Kringle tree farm interfering. He’s big, bearded, and grumpy. He wears a lot of flannel, and he does NOT like taking orders. Especially from me. We can’t agree on anything other than saving the business.

Even if we have to kill each other doing it.

Or kiss each other doing it…

Because I might be falling for the guy.

My name is Kristen, don’t call me Kris, Kringle; this is a Christmas Romance Emergency!

Why should you read this book?

If you are looking for a quick read, this story of a big city girl coming back to her hometown to save her family business truly gives Hallmark Christmas vibes. The hero is an arborist managing the family’s Christmas Tree Farm. The heroine hates the hero until they slowly develop feelings and realized the Christmas magic.


This is a short read available on Kindle Unlimited. It is part of a trio of short books written by three different authors following the same family during the Chirstmas period. 

With her career as a Los Angeles event planner imploding after a tabloid blowup, Morgan Ross isn’t headed home for the holidays so much as in strategic retreat. Breathtaking mountain vistas, quirky townsfolk, and charming small businesses aside, her hometown of Fern Falls is built of one heartbreak on top of another . . .


Take her one-time best friend turned crush, Rachel Reed. The memory of their perfect, doomed first kiss is still fresh as new-fallen snow. Way fresher than the freezing mud Morgan ends up sprawled in on her very first day back, only to be hauled out via Rachel’s sexy new lumberjane muscles acquired from running her family tree farm.

When Morgan discovers that the Reeds’ struggling tree farm is the only thing standing between Fern Falls and corporate greed destroying the whole town’s livelihood, she decides she can put heartbreak aside to save the farm by planning her best fundraiser yet. She has all the inspiration for a spectacular event: delicious vanilla lattes, acoustic guitars under majestic pines, a cozy barn surrounded by brilliant stars. But she and Rachel will ABSOLUTELY NOT have a heartwarming holiday happy ending. That would be as unprofessional as it is unlikely. Right?

Why should you read this book?

This is a sapphic Christmas romance. After facing a major work scandal, one heroine returns to her hometown for a reset. One fateful accident connects the heroine with her ex, and over time they work through the issues of why they ended up breaking up in the first place. This is a second-chance romance. 

I listened to this book and think this is the way to go when running errands and doing household chores.

Season of Love
By Greer, Helena

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Thanks to her thriving art career, Miriam Blum finally has her decoupaged glitter ducks in a row—until devastating news forces her to a very unwanted family reunion. Her beloved great-aunt Cass has passed and left Miriam part-owner of Carrigan’s, her (ironically) Jewish-run Christmas tree farm.


But Miriam’s plans to sit shiva, avoid her parents, then put Carrigan’s in her rearview mirror are spoiled when she learns the business is at risk of going under. To have any chance at turning things around, she’ll need to work with the farm’s grumpy manager—as long as the attraction sparking between them doesn’t set all their trees on fire first.


Noelle Northwood wants Miriam Blum gone—even if her ingenious ideas and sensitive soul keep showing Noelle there’s more to Cass’s niece than meets the eye. But saving Carrigan’s requires trust, love, and risking it all—for the chance to make their wildest dreams come true.

Why should you read this book?

If you want to connect with a big Jewish family who owns a Christmas Tree Farm, this book is for you. This is another sapphic romance between Marian, the long-lost granddaughter, and the farm’s arborist. 

A group of cousins and the arborist inherit the Christmas that is struggling. They must build a solid business plan to save the farm. 

This book is closed-door when it comes to the heat but is truly romantic and reminiscent of Hallmark Holiday movies. 

This book is available on Kindle Unlimited.

Hardworking Isabelle Cook has a serious problem. Her family farm, the site of Tilikum’s Christmas Village, is in trouble. Big trouble. And worst of all? The man trying to buy it is none other than the grumpiest, grinchiest man of them all—Elias Stoneheart.

That’s a big nope. She’s not letting him get involved. Not with his heart made of coal.

Elias Stoneheart is in the business of making money, not friends. Especially when his boss promises a long-awaited promotion. All he has to do is convince one struggling family to sell their farm.

The problem? It’s Cook Family Farm. And Isabelle Cook is his ex.

He might have a history with Isabelle, but this is just business. A Christmas-loving farm girl will not come between him and his ambition.

And Christmas? He hates it. Christmas Village needs to go.

But as Elias spends time in the small town, the holiday spirit—and Isabelle—get under his skin. And she might be the only one who can melt the ice around his heart. 

Why should you read this book?

This book is for your f you are looking for Grumpy/Sunshine opposites attract romance. This book shows the hero coming from the big city and wanting to take over the small town. 

This book is available on Audible Plus.

Nick Winter is just out of the military, and his Christmas homecoming is not going as planned. What was supposed to be a memorable holiday with his long-time girlfriend goes sour when he learns she cheated on him while he was stationed overseas. At least Nick can rely on his usual shift at the family Christmas tree farm with his best friend, Noel Carter, and her endless supply of Christmas tunes to lift his spirits. A night of fun together is just what he needs to forget about his ex.

But then they kiss. And it feels…so right.

If Noel can turn Nick’s Blue Christmas merry and bright, this might be the last Christmas Nick spends with a broken heart. This year, they’ll be Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree as a couple—as long as Nick’s ex doesn’t go standing under any mistletoe.

Why should you read this book?

This is a friends-to-lovers romance set on a Christmas tree farm. 

This book is available on Kindle Unlimited.

Twenty-six-year-old Wren Lawson knows she will soon forget who she is. With early familial Alzheimer’s disease written in her genes, it’s a fact she’s wrapped her whole life around; to indulge in friends or romance is a risk for everyone around her—one she’s not keen on taking. Throwing herself into her work as a lawyer is the only thing she can do.

Aaron Scott-Perez was happy with his quiet life in Boston, but when a doctor’s mistake left his father unable to run his Christmas tree farm, Aaron had no choice but to move back to the small Vermont town he used to call home. He never saw himself managing the business, but since it is so dear to his father, Aaron has given up everything to do it. To get his father the justice he deserves, he hires none other than Wren. She’s emotionally blunted and secretive, but her kindness and competency provide something his family hasn’t felt for a long time: hope. So much so that Aaron starts to think the life he didn’t want might not be so bad when she’s around.

Yet Wren cannot let him in, too haunted by her future.

As the two get closer and the lines become blurred, Wren and Aaron find themselves at a crossroads. But their attraction is unyielding, and together they must decide what risks are worth taking and if love is better to lose than to never have at all. 

Why should you read this book?

This book is set in Vermont. This is an emotional book with will they, won’t they vibes. 

All she wants for Christmas…

Leah Griffiths has woken up after a few too many glasses of Prosecco with a hangover – and discovers she’s accidentally bought a little Christmas tree farm in Scotland!

At first, she’s horrified, but perhaps it’s the perfect way to forget about her cheating ex.

And when she meets grumpy (but ridiculously gorgeous) pumpkin farmer Noel underneath the mistletoe, Leah begins to believe that at Christmas time, anything can happen…

Why should you read this book?

The heroine accidentally buys a Christmas Tree Farm in Scotland. The hero is a grump pumpkin farmer. This book screams Hallmark Christmas movie! 

This book is available on Kindle Unlimited.

Penny Pine needs a miracle to save her family’s Christmas Tree Farm. Could Connor Bishop be that miracle?

Penny Pine moved home to Christmas Cove looking for a fresh start after her divorce. What was she not looking for? Connor Bishop, a handsome small-town doctor who steps up to help her son in ways her ex-husband never did. Nor did she expect the mountains of debt her father had accumulated. While she tries to pay off the bills and make ends meet, her feelings for Connor grow. But his hot and cold demeanor leaves her head spinning and makes her wonder if he isn’t the Christmas miracle she was looking for after all.

Connor Bishop doesn’t date his patients. Ever. And it’s never been a problem until Penny Pine stumbles into his clinic with her dark waves and feminine curves. While her concerned eyes were focused solely on her son, Connor couldn’t take his eyes off her. When a freak snowstorm pushes them together, he finds that the spark between them begins to ignite.

What’s more, he will do whatever he can to help her save her family’s farm. But, when Connor discovers Penny is his patient, he tries to shut down his feelings and shut Penny out of his life. Will Connor break his one rule in the name of holiday happiness?

Why should you read this book?

This short novella is part of a series, but it can be read as a standalone. The story is about a single mom trying to save her family’s Christmas Tree Farm and a small-town doctor who doesn’t date his patients. 

This book is available on Kindle Unlimited. 

Dr. Lola Blakeman has a plan for her life…and it doesn’t include kissing a grumpy lumberjack.

Her whole life, people have been telling Lola to loosen up, ditch her schedules and checklists, and be spontaneous. But they probably didn’t mean she should hop into her sensible hybrid and drive straight into a blizzard without a plan or direction.

Eric Jolly may be a grouchy recluse, but when a mysterious blonde crashes into his life, he can’t just leave her to freeze in the snow. But it’s a complication he doesn’t need. He only has a few days to prepare his family’s Christmas tree farm for the season. And he’s far behind already.

With a heavy dose of Christmas magic and a little luck, Eric and Lola might save the farm and fall in love while they’re at it. That is unless Lola’s secret ruins it all.

Why should you read this book?

This is a holiday novella between a grumpy Christmas Tree Farmer and a doctor who got lost in the middle of a  blizzard. This is a sweet romantic comedy full of holiday spirit. 

Amelia Lee is in desperate need of a change.

Finally free from her controlling ex-boyfriend, she’s not looking to date someone new, even though all her friends are encouraging her to do that. One, in particular, believes she’s found the perfect guy for Amelia. So she sets her up on a blind date.

At a wedding.

Amelia has no idea the guy she bumped into at her friend’s Christmas tree farm is the same one she’s been set up with at a wedding reception. Isaac Jones is a nice guy. A good-looking guy. A much younger guy. No way they could be compatible – they have nothing in common.

The more time Amelia spends with Isaac, the more she realizes he just might be perfect for her. He makes her laugh. He’s a complete gentleman. And they’re compatible between the sheets…

But is he only the rebound guy? Or can they make this newfound romance work?


Why should you read this book?

Technically this book only has one scene at a Christmas Tree Farm, but it counts. Amelia Lee is not looking for love but is willing to let her friends set her up on a blind date. She meets the hero at a Christmas Tree Farm.  This is an age-gap romance.

Have you read Lovelight Farms? If so, leave a comment and let us know what other books do you recommend that we should pick up next!

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