Jennifer Gilby Roberts

Women's Fiction/Chick Lit Author

Books Like Sophie Kinsella’s

on September 9, 2013

A while back I asked for recommendations for books like Sophie Kinsella’s to check out and got lots of response. Since mine are similar to hers, you might like these too. Here are all the suggestions:

Memoir of a Private School Mom by Emma Powers
The Pigeon Pie Mystery by Julia Stewart
Unscripted by Natalie Aaron
Finding Lucas by Samantha Stroh Bailey
Breaking the Rules by Cat Lavoie
Rita Hayworth’s Shoes by Francine LaSala
Yours Truly by Kirstie Greenwood
Bridget Jones’ Diary by Helen Fielding
Simply Devine by Wendy Holden
Bad Heir Day by Wendy Holden
What Alice Forgot by Liane Moriarty
I Don’t Know How She Does It by Allison Pearson
My First Last Kiss by Ali Harris

Series:
Divorced & Desperate by Christie Craig
Neighbor From Hell by R L Mathewson
Lucky Harbor by Jill Shalvis
Lucy Valentine by Heather Webber
Suite Dubai by Callista Fox

Anything by:
Talli Roland, Michelle Gorman, Marian Keyes, Emily Giffin, Jane Green, Sarah Pekkanen, Sarah Mason, Chris Manby, Valerie Laws, Louise Wise, Barbara Silkstone, Cara Bertoia, Susan Elizabeth Phillips.

Recommended by the authors themselves:
The Marrying Kind by Ken O’Neill
A State of Jane by Meredith Schorr
Just Friends with Benefits by Meredith Schorr
Operation: Date Escape by Lindsey Brookes
This Could Have Been Our Song! by Danielle-Claude Ngontang Mba
Skinny Girl by Carla Sarett
Antidote to Infidelity by Karla Hall
Trouble at Toff Towers by Louisa Toff
Psycho-Mommy by Mira Harlon
No Strings Attached by Joanne Rawson
Unexpected Blind Date by Joanne Rawson
Chaperones by Megan Karasch
Leaving Green Island by Em Barrett

Hope you find something there to love!

(If you do, please let the author know by writing a review of their book.)

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One response to “Books Like Sophie Kinsella’s

  1. […] while back, I asked readers on Goodreads and KBoards for books like Sophie Kinsella’s.  TDPP is very much in her style, so start there.  (SK, of course, has a new Shopaholic book out […]

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