Her new novel is Faux Pas.
Recently I asked Kelly about what she was reading. Her reply:
I almost always have more than one book on the go—usually one I’m reading on my Kindle and one that’s a paper copy. The “physical” book I’m reading right now is Women Who Love Psychopaths by Sandra L. Brown. Recently I watched The Psychopath Next Door, a documentary about non-criminal psychopaths. (Experts estimate between one and two per cent of the general adult male population fits the definition of psychopath--a lack of empathy and remorse among other traits. Most psychopaths aren’t violent criminals, but they’re not someone you’d want to be in a relationship with, either.) Brown’s book was one of several mentioned in the documentary and I found it at my local library. It’s a fascinating read. I had a college professor, who in retrospect, fits the criteria. (Seriously!)Visit Sofie Kelly's website.
On my Kindle I’m reading Single by Saturday by Catherine Bybee. A friend kept insisting I should read anything from Bybee and this book in particular. And she was right. I’m really enjoying the story. This is not a traditional romance. The heroine is married to the hero’s brother. (I’m not giving anything away by saying this is a marriage of convenience.) I know things are going to end happily ever after, but I’m not sure how the author is going to get to that point.
Waiting on my To Be Read pile: Look Both Ways by Carol J. Perry, the third in the Witch City mysteries, and Wicked Plants by Amy Stewart, a non-fiction book about toxic plants. (I’m starting to see why I sometimes get odd looks at the library when I’m waiting to check out with my stack of books.)
My Book, The Movie: Curiosity Thrilled the Cat.