Scandinavian UK based Author of love stories.


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Lily Morton

Sophia Soames’ books always make me feel like I’m snuggling under a warm blanket on a cold day, and this was no exception. It’s the story of a doctor who is forced to start his life again after a painful divorce, and how he embarks on a journey of discovery when he meets the irrepressible Charlie. I love Sophia’s writing and could happily have read another ten books about Charlie and Daniel.

Barbara Elsborg

This story is a rare treat! A difficult journey from friendship to more than friendship that's written in such a way that you can't stop reading. Ms Soames has that special touch as an author, a writer who makes you live the characters lives alongside them. Charlie and Daniel aren't perfect, they're pretty flawed but together - they are magic! I loved it!

H.L Day

A sweet and sexy slow burn story with two great characters whose HEA I was rooting for. I really enjoyed it.

Stella Shaw

The author has a very distinctive and refreshing style and I found myself totally committed to the characters from the start. Daniel’s at a crossroads in his life, and it takes Charlie’s friendship and care for him to realise this. It was (almost) heartbreaking when he missed his early chance to move on to a better life, but it felt like a necessary emotional journey for him, and it let him embrace Charlie – and Charlie’s well-deserved happy ending – in a proper and lasting way. Vivid emotions, a lovely small-town setting, witty, charming secondary characters – and a romance that had to be struggled for, but was therefore all the more worth it!

Suki Fleet

This Thing with Charlie is a sweet, sexy story with a lovely lot of pining! <3

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This is an early short story with a darker theme than some of my other books. It's one I wrote with love and passion, and it's too special to just sit in a file and gather dust. So here it is. Enjoy!



Custard and Kisses

What happens when your life falls apart and you end up in a random pub in town, gasping for enough alcohol to erase your entire existence? Joshua Carmichael, of course ends up in the wrong pub, the one with a snowflake of a bartender who instead of getting him drunk, sits down and servers him up a nice British cup of tea. Not that the snowflake is a flake of any sorts. He’s just your random drag queen loving muscle bear, with more tattoos than should be legal, piercings everywhere and a smile that makes Joshua Carmichael melt. Not that an ugly straight bloke like Joshua has any interest in someone like Ru. He’s never even watched Ru Paul’s Drag race, or made pasta from scratch, or had an interest in men.
Joshua Carmichael should have known better than to stay. But he did, anyway.