Being Swedish but Writing in English by Asa Maria Bradley

When people hear that English is not my native language, they often ask me why I decided to write in English instead of Swedish. I don’t really have a clear answer for how that happened. [...]

By | December 8th, 2016|

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Sweet Southern Bad Boy

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David, Renewed

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This Is Our Song

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Resisting Miss Merryweather

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One for the Rogue

I enjoyed the previous book in Charis Michaels’ Bachelor Lords of London series (The Virgin and the Viscount) and was ...

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Alex + Ada

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Resisting Miss Merryweather by Emily Larkin

Sir Barnaby Ware was introduced in Unmasking Miss Appleby as the other man in an affair that broke up a marriage and destroyed a life-long friendship.  He could have been easy to dislike, but his deep remorse showed there was much more to him.  It’s a rare thing when a secondary character can steal a reader’s attention so much that you almost want to see their story more than the one in the book you’re reading but author Emily Larkin understood her readers enough to give Sir Barnaby his ...
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