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Sophie Cousens

Sophie Cousens worked as a TV producer in London for more than twelve years and now lives on the island of Jersey in the UK, balancing her writing career with working for an arts charity and taking care of her two small children. She is the author of This Time Next Year.

Genres: Romance
New Books
August 2022

Before I Do
Sophie Cousens recommends
The Man I Didn't Marry (2021)
Anna Bell
"Funny and relatable, the perfect blend of light and shade. I love books that blend poignancy with laughter – and this one does it to perfection."
Uncoupling (2021)
Lorraine Brown
"A charming, romantic read, which gave me a real hankering for croissants!"
The Summer Job (2021)
Lizzy Dent
"This book is fun with a capital F. It made me want to go to Scotland, drink wine and kiss hot chefs, IMMEDIATELY. Dent has such a fresh voice, and so many of us will identify with Birdy Finch. If you've ever felt you're getting left behind in life, or don't have everything worked out quite yet, this is the book for you."
The Couple (2021)
Helly Acton
"So clever, so thought-provoking, I loved it."
The Mismatch (2021)
Sara Jafari
"The Mismatch transported me back to that feeling of first love and first heartbreak. Enlightening, poignant, and romantic . . . I loved it."
Perfect on Paper (2021)
Gillian Harvey
"Charming and relatable."
Eight Perfect Hours (2021)
Lia Louis
"Delightful. A gorgeous, romantic tale about fate and second chances."
The Mix-Up (2021)
Holly McCulloch
"This is genuinely so funny and so moving. I could not stop reading. Paige and Noah are my new favourite rom com couple."
The Winter of Second Chances (2021)
Jenny Bayliss
"A gorgeous, cosy winter read."
Weather Girl (2022)
Rachel Lynn Solomon
"A sharp, witty romance full of heart. Rachel's writing zips off the page. As with The Ex Talk, she has created truly original, well-rounded characters you will love. A sexy storm of a book."
What Might Have Been (2022)
Holly Miller
"Explores a question all of us have contemplated - what would my life be like if I'd made a different choice? It's a moving, ultimately hopeful love story about how we navigate our chosen paths in life. I couldn't put it down."
One Night on the Island (2022)
Josie Silver
"Gloriously romantic, full of characters who jump off the page and a setting that made me want to visit a remote island immediately. Josie does sexy, funny and poignant so, so well."
The Impossible Us (2022)
Sarah Lotz
"So funny, so original, so beautifully mad--I am seething with envy that I didn't write it myself. I adore rom coms like this, which push genre and achieve the impossible - leaving the reader not quite knowing how it's all going to end!"
The People on Platform 5 (2022)
Clare Pooley
"This book tackles so many interesting themes, all with Clare's trademark humour, wonderful writing, and vibrant, loveable characters - Feel-good fiction at its best. It almost made me miss the commute."
Queerly Beloved (2022)
Susie Dumond
"Heartwarming and sparkling with originality."

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