New to Sarah’s Books?
It’s hard to know where to start when an author has a big backlist, so here are some suggestions based on feedback from readers.
My pick if you haven’t tried me before is Snowed In For Christmas, a fun, family drama with plenty of romance or A Wedding In December which spent 6 weeks on The Sunday Times bestseller list. If you prefer to try a shorter read I suggest Moonlight Over Manhattan,
Enjoy multi-generational stories with plenty of drama and romance?
How To Keep A Secret, Sarah’s first women’s fiction novel, a family drama full of twists and turns that received starred reviews from Booklist and Library Journal, or The Summer Seekers, one of Sarah’s summer bestsellers.
In the mood for something a bit lighter that makes you smile?
Miracle on 5th Avenue, a fun, snowy uplifting romance set against the glamorous backdrop of New York City.
The Christmas Sisters, a fun, festive family drama that propelled Sarah onto the Sunday Times bestseller list, and also hit bestseller lists in Canada and the US.
Sarah’s latest release Snowed In For Christmas a feelgood, festive romcom with a big dose of family drama!
Enjoy books with a small town contemporary feel?
Sleigh Bells in the Snow, and
Maybe This Christmas
Enjoy women’s fiction?
How To Keep A Secret, a family drama full of twists, turns and romance, with a multi-generational storyline
Short on time?
Midnight at Tiffany’s, Sarah’s fun novella that kicks off her Manhattan series.
Enjoy a dose of medical drama in your books?
Moonlight Over Manhattan which features Harriet, one of Sarah’s most popular heroines, a cute trauma doctor, and an even cuter spaniel called Maddie!
In the mood for something snowy and festive?
Sarah’s latest – Snowed In For Christmas which reached no 2 on the Sunday Times bestseller list after just three days on sale.
The Christmas Sisters, a festive family drama, and one of Sarah’s top selling books.
One More For Christmas which hit number 2 on The Sunday Times list and was a number one Kindle bestseller, A Wedding in December and Moonlight Over Manhattan,