About the Author
Sharon Sala is a compelling writer and author.
She mixes up mystery, intrigue and suspense. While adding in romance and love. She is a talented storyteller. I really enjoy her books!
Sharon Sala is truly a diverse writer, being able to write books that have a dark side to them, especially in the Forces of Nature Series.
But also books, like the Blessings, Georgia Series, that are lighter and sunnier but still filled with persuasive plot lines and interesting characters.
Her love scenes are a part of the story. They don’t overpower the plot line. I would give the sensuality level a medium to medium-low. The Blessings Georgia Series is classified as clean and wholesome romance so there are no details in this series.
Check out her website here. Many of her older books are in trilogies, as you can see from this list of books. Her more recent books, like the Jigsaw Files and the Blessings, Georgia Series are longer.
She also writes many stand-alone books that aren’t in any series. And some of these books deal with many societal issues that happen in life, like Out of the Dark, which is about child kidnapping from the child’s perspective. She does a great job in incorporating these issues into her stories and dealing with them with dignity and respect. Kuddos to her for this.
Click the book series title or the series graphic to dive deeper into each book series.
The Jubilee, Kentucky Series is Sharon Sala’s most recent book series!
The Jigsaw Files Series is a 4-book series that’s put together a little bit differently! Check it out.
Blessings, Georgia Series
The Cat Dupree Series
This series was reissued in 2018 with all new book covers! Check them out.
Secrets and Lies Trilogy
A Rebel Ridge Novels
The Forces of Nature Series
The Searchers Series
The Justice Way Series
The Storm Front Series
The Hatfield Series
Sharon Sala’s Stand-Alone Books
Life of Lies
Dark Water Rising
Out of the Dark
Race Against Time
The Way to Yesterday
Shades of Desperado
These stand-alones are not classified as romances, but are still really good stories.