Top 5 One Click Authors of 2019

Top 5 One Click Authors

With 2019 done and dusted, and 2020 just rolling in, I’m doing the usual reflecting on the year gone by and gearing up for a more balanced new year.

One of the things I’m reflecting on is the books and authors I read in 2019. Which, admittedly, isn’t a lot. I find myself unable to read as much as I used too, and when I do manage to focus on a book, I tend to stick with just the few authors that I read regularly.

So in saying that, here are my top 5 authors (okay 6 because 2 can be count together as one or individually) of 2019.

  1. Rachel Van Dyken. What can I say? Rachel’s my idol. I want to be like her when I grow up (we’ll just ignore the fact that I’m older than her). I can’t get enough of her books. She’s an immediate one click and could probably publish a chemistry textbook and I’d buy it. Her books never fail to keep me entertained and coming back for more.
  2. Vi Keeland and Penelope Ward. Together or individually, these ladies are superstars. Their books have everything. The perfect amount of humour, tension, sexiness and strong characters.
  3. Lauren Layne. Her books are witty, funny, sweet and sexy. She never fails to pull me in and sets the scene so well, I can see, smell, feel, and hear New York.
  4. Jay Crownover. Jay really nails bad boys with tattoos. Her Marked Men Series were the first e-books I ever read, and I fell in love with Rule immediately. She’s been a one-click author of mine for 6 years.
  5. Lauren Blakely. Her books are audio gold. I love listening to them. They’re sexy, funny, smart, and completely hook me from the first word.


Who were your fav authors of 2019?

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