Reading List

Those of you who’ve been here before might notice I’ve been doing some fiddling with the site this weekend. I like how it’s looking now, but I still have more things I want to add.

And I need your help to do it.

First up, the reading list. See that link up above the pretty pink roses? My birthday’s coming up, and I’m prevailing upon all my loved ones for Amazon vouchers this year. I want me a Kindle. And more than that, I want really good books to read on it.

So, I’m building my ‘To Be Read’ pile, and I’m asking for your input. Give me the details of your latest releases, or the last book you read that you couldn’t put down. I’ll list the ones I’m planning to read on the relevant page, and hopefully get some reviews up as I work my way through them. Although I’ll warn you, with a two year old daughter and my own writing commitments, it may take me a while…

With regards to what sort of thing I’m looking for, my requirements are few but specific:

  1. Must be available for Kindle
  2. Must have an enthralling love story
  3. Everyone has to live happily ever after (at least, the people I’ll care about…)

Beyond that… I’m open to persuasion. So, have at it!

10 thoughts on “Reading List

  1. Lucy River says:

    Sophie, I like “The Love Knot” or “The Marsh King’s Daughter” by Elizabeth Chadwick and “The Drifter,” “Halfway to Heaven,” and “The Firebrand,” by Susan Wiggs. All historical romances.

  2. Sue Quint says:

    Anything by Toni Blake. Any my newest addiction is to Mira Lyn Kelly. Her first book “Wild Fling or Wedding Ring” is the best thing since Jennifer Crusie’s early books.

  3. Cid says:

    Ooooh, you like contemporary, so have you read Victoria Dahl? She has one series set in Tumble Creek, also named after the location, and they’re super funny, sexy, and devourable! Is that a word? We can pretend that it is.

      • Cid says:

        Oh, and she has historicals! I haven’t read them but my friend has and they’re supposed to be every bit as awesome as the contemps. The first contemp is, funny enough, about an erotica writer. You’ll laugh!

    • Sophie Pembroke says:

      Thank you! I’m very fond of the roses, too. I’m not sure at what point in my life I became a fan of pink, but apparently it has happened.

      Windswept Shores sounds fab – it’s on the list!

Comments are closed.