All my books belong to series. So far, I’ve written five women’s fiction series, but there are more planned. Whether you want meadows or beaches, Christmas in a cottage or summer on a farm, there’s a Sharon Booth series that’s just right for you. Happy endings are guaranteed, but my poor characters might have to go on quite a journey before they reach it!
The Kearton Bay series is set in a pretty little former fishing village and smuggling stronghold on the North Yorkshire coast, and follows the lives and loves of Eliza, Rose, Lexi and Rhiannon. When Eliza’s marriage crumbles, she sets off to Kearton Bay in search of the father she never knew. Little does she realise she’s about to set in motion events that will change the lives of those in this beautiful village forever.
Each book is a standalone novel, featuring a different couple in each, although it’s best to read them in order if you can.
Skimmerdale, set on a sheep farm in the Yorkshire Dales, follows Eden as she arrives at Wildflower Farm, hiding a huge secret, and not at all looking forward to a summer spent with surly single dad Eliot. But a lot can happen during one summer in Skimmerdale, and this series is full of love, laughter, tears and surprises. Fans of Our Yorkshire Farm will love these books.
The Skimmerdale books follow on from each other and are best read in order.
At this special time of year, where else would you rather be than Home for Christmas? These heartwarming, cosy stories follow the lives of Ellie, Katy and Molly, three women in search of home and a second chance at happiness. As the snow falls in the East Riding of Yorkshire, will they find the new beginnings they seek? Three completely standalone novels, connected only by the theme.
The Bramblewick series is set in a little village on the North York Moors. When new doctor, Connor Blake, arrives in Bramblewick, it seems he’s going to struggle to fit in. Has he made a mistake moving to the village? Receptionist Anna, meanwhile, is preparing to leave for good, but is she making the right decision? Six novels of love, friendship, and village life, featuring six different couples. They can be read as standalone novels, though each one builds on the previous book.
The Moorland Heroes novels are loosely based on classics, Jane Eyre and A Christmas Carol. They are contemporary novels with lots of humour, romance, and modern issues. They are both workplace romances, featuring two resilient heroines with strong family connections, tangled relationships, and difficult pasts. They are completely standalone, although Mr Rochester is mentioned in Saving Mr Scrooge.
The Other Half is my forthcoming series, about two very different families, the Kingstons and the Fletchers. These books will follow on from each other and should ideally be read in order. There is also a standalone prequel to the series, The Other Half, which is only available to newsletter subscribers and is completely free. Click my “Free Novella” page if you wish to subscribe.