Charley Kopp


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Charley Kopp's favorite authors on Smashwords

AJ Adaire
Latest book: Journey To You. Published August 24, 2015.
C.J. Harte
Latest book: Making Time. Published November 3, 2014.
Erin Dutton
Latest book: Capturing Forever. Published August 16, 2016.
Jen Silver
Latest book: Christmas at Winterbourne. Published October 31, 2016.
KE Payne
Latest book: Before. Published September 13, 2016.
Lindsey Stone
Latest book: Awakening to Sunlight. Published July 1, 2014.
Lois Cloarec Hart
Latest book: Stone Gardens. Published December 16, 2015.
M.L. Rice
Latest book: The Melody of Light. Published November 17, 2014.
Riley Adair Garret
Latest book: Andi Unwrapped. Published November 15, 2013.

Smashwords book reviews by Charley Kopp

  • Ice on July 09, 2014

    I'm a reader who re-reads my favorites, usually after a few years. I have just read Ice for the third time. It's very enjoyable- you care about the characters, and they are remarkable. They're in a situation that tests them and forces them to grow, to discover more within themselves and more about one another. I've read this authors other two books also, and I'm eager to read more...
  • Training Ground: Book One of Girls of Summer on June 28, 2016

    Kate Christie has given us here two young women, Jamie and Emma, along with their worlds, complete and entire. Their parents and siblings are all fully developed people. Their cities are richly drawn realms, Jamie in the San Francisco Bay Area and Emma in Seattle. I have walked down the same streets and trails myself and could not ask to find them better described in fiction, full of flavor and local nuances. More than all that, I find myself really loving these people, caring deeply about them. Since this book was published a few days ago, I have read it twice, and fully intend to read it again soon. With all the feelings in this story fresh in my mind, it is hard to find an equally magnetic book on my shelf, so I dive back in. I cannot mention the events, not wanting to take away the surprises that await you, Like turns along the way in real life, you only realize afterward how they flow out of the present. This is a story I will always treasure.