Who else did I meet?
Well, there was, for example, Denise Grover Swank whose Off the Subject - and Wedding Pact Series are amazing, funny, captivating and I loved each and every one of the books. That's why I was really happy when I was offered one of her other books,The Curse Keepers, at her table. My daughter got the first book of Denise Grover Swank's Rose Gardener Series Twenty-eight and a half wishes in German.
I'm really looking forward to reading those books. The only drawback - if I like them only half as much as I like her other books I'll have to buy even more books. *sigh*
Isn't that a nice prospect!? 😉
By the way, for those of you who think that her books sound nice but you'd prefer to read them in English - there're several other books of hers that are also available in German. Oh, and for the audio book lovers - there are some of those out as well.
I also met Lauren Layne, who was new to me when I started to read books by authors who'd be at the RARE in Berlin. Since that first book by her, quite a number of them have found their way on my kindle. At the moment I'm looking forward to reading her latest novel I knew you were trouble and to the book I got at her table To Have and to Hold. I was lucky to get the second last one - and I already know that I'll enjoy it.
The first book by A. Zavarelli I read was An Escort for Christmas. I stumbled upon this book by chance when it was on sale on Amazon and have reread it more than once since then. Somehow I never thought of looking for other books by the author but since I started to read in preparation for RARE some of her books of the Boston Underworld Series found their way on my kindle but I must admit that I haven't read them yet. I will let you know how I liked them when I've finally read them! (Somehow my usually very small TBR pile has exploded since I started to prepare for the RARE so it might take some time)
Another very nice and charming author I met was
Mariana Zapata. I haven't read them yet but Kulti and Lingus are waiting for me on my kindle and I think that I'll have to check out The Wall of Winnipeg and Me as well. This one is, as far as I can see at least, the only one of her books up to now, that is also available in German as "Mit dem Herz durch die Wand".