My Top 10 Favorite Books by Trinity Faegen
1. The Runaway Bunny – Makes me cry every time.
2. Jane Eyre – My first ‘adult’ book. After Jane, I never read another horse book.
3. Pride & Prejudice – Okay, so it’s cliché, but this is most excellent.
4. Slightly Dangerous – Mary Balogh. This is old school romance and I adore it. I reread at
least once a year.
5. Lord of Scoundrels – The perfect romance novel. Ask anyone.
6. The Hunger Games – I couldn’t put it down. Reread it as soon as I’d finished, just to
relive the awesome.
7. Dark Lover – Paranormal romance doesn’t get much better than this. It’s still my favorite
of all the Ward BDB books.
8. David Copperfield – Every author should glom Dickens. He was a master at character
building & descriptions.
9. Master of the Game – I cut my teenage teeth on Sidney Sheldon. I haven’t read this in
years and years and it still stands out as a favorite read.
10. Whatever I just read – I’m not particularly picky and tend to be enchanted with anything I
read. I rarely find a book I don’t like, so generally speaking, my most favorite book is the
one I just finished.
Trinity Faegen Bio:
Author of the RITA winning Pink Files series, Stephanie Feagan has had a love affair with romance novels since she was eleven and discovered there are kissing scenes in Victoria Holt books. She spent a lot of time in her closet with a flashlight, reading as fast as possible to get to the end, only to start a new book and begin the whole Leave-Me-Alone-I’m-Reading cycle all over again. She still stays up until the wee hours to finish books, now courtesy of a lighted e-reader which she believes is mankind’s greatest invention ever.
Stephanie also writes Young Adult and New Adult paranormal romance as Trinity Faegen. A practicing CPA who loves travel, books, new pencils, old keys, and smart guys, she lives in the oilfields of west Texas with her engineer husband and a mean cat. She’d love to hear from you. She answers to Stephanie, Trinity, Hey Lady, and Mom, and can be reached atStephanie@StephanieFeagan.com
She’s aware the similarity between her pseudonym, Faegen, and her real name, Feagan, confuses pretty much everyone, herself included. Since so many mispronounce Feagan as FEEgan instead of FAYgan, she thought she’d mix it up when she took a pseudonym and make it easier on people. Now people say FayEEgen, and spell it wrong. Next time she takes a pen name, she’s totally going with Smith or Jones.
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