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Brita Addams
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Brita Addams was born and raised in upstate New York, but has lived for many years in the sultry south. Children are grown, leaving her time to travel, enjoy family and write to her hearts content. She writes erotic historical romances, and has titles contracts with several publishers. A lifelong... show more

Brita Addams was born and raised in upstate New York, but has lived for many years in the sultry south. Children are grown, leaving her time to travel, enjoy family and write to her hearts content. She writes erotic historical romances, and has titles contracts with several publishers. A lifelong writer, she became a published author in 2010, fulfilling a lifelong dream of writing stories others would like to read. She loves to read, go to the movies with her husband,and eat out at their favorite restaurants. "Reading is an important part of life," says Brita, who loves biographies, histories, and of course, historical romance, both het and gay romance. On her website and blog, readers will find a complete listing of her works. http://britaaddams.netYou can also find her on Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter. Important message to potential customers: There are books listed that are no longer available or have a different edition. Serenity's Dream, Lord Decadent's Obsession, Chocolate, Tea, and the Duchess (this series is rewritten and has different titles,) Splendid Captivity (will not be available ever, defunct publisher,) Demands of the Heart (has a new version not yet released.) Amazon refuses to removed these old versions, which makes for a confusing buying experience.
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Birth date: February 17, 1950
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maarjao
maarjao rated it 5 years ago
The idea was good, but the book wasn't written very well - too long (not that I mind long stories, if they're filled with something interesting, but this just felt stretched out) and repetitive, and some parts just didn't make sense to me. Still, a nice insight into the history of Hollywood.
Charmingly Euphemistic
Charmingly Euphemistic rated it 5 years ago
I wanted to like this book much more than I actually did end up liking it. I think the culprit was mostly just pacing. It felt plodding though dull parts, and then it didn't slow down for the interesting parts. Falling in love with the love of his life takes place over a couple of pages, about th...
Sheziss loves Zeshak
Sheziss loves Zeshak rated it 5 years ago
I love this period of time!I’m very fond of historical m/m stories. Since I read [b:Bonds of Earth|13265990|Bonds of Earth|G.N. Chevalier|https://d.gr-assets.com/books/1324358785s/13265990.jpg|18469263] I look for them in recommendations, lists and the like. It could be because the forbidden is very...
SheReadsALot...seriously.
SheReadsALot...seriously. rated it 5 years ago
A Hearts On Fire Review TWO HEARTS--"Freedom in His Arms" is a novel about a doctor, Bryan Newcastle, who is trying to free himself from his selfish boyfriend and business partner in Boston. He finally distanced himself and broke up with the cloying man. Bryan decides to treat himself with a vacatio...
Shelley
Shelley rated it 5 years ago
Thanks to Hollywood, the 1930’s (in my mind) was all about the cigar toting, fedora wearing, machine gun carrying gangsters in pin stripe suits who say stuff like: broads, capisce and ‘Say hello to ma little friend’. This novella transports us back to this era effortlessly. The language, dialog and ...
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