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Emily Bryan
Writers start as readers. I discovered early that a book was a whole world. As a child, I sneaked books into bed. I nearly ruined my eyes reading by the thin strip of light shafting in the crack of my bedroom door. When I was in middle school, even though I didn't like our creepy basement, I... show more

Writers start as readers. I discovered early that a book was a whole world. As a child, I sneaked books into bed. I nearly ruined my eyes reading by the thin strip of light shafting in the crack of my bedroom door. When I was in middle school, even though I didn't like our creepy basement, I volunteered to take the bedroom down there so I could keep my light on without my parents' knowledge. One summer, I stayed up till 2 or 3 every night reading the complete works of Mark Twain, Shakespeare's plays and every Ann of Green Gables book I could get my hands on. Stories of adventure, laughter, pain or triumph'I willingly traded a full night's sleep for time spent with my literary friends. In 2001, I started writing my own stories. In May 2006, my debut novel, MAIDENSONG, was published by Leisure Books under my real name, Diana Groe. ERINSONG followed in November 2006 and SILK DREAMS in July 2007. These are epic, dramatic tales'full of passion and angst in exotic settings. When I wrote DISTRACTING THE DUCHESS, its light-hearted and frankly sexier style was such a departure from the first three books, my editor suggested a different penname. Emily Bryan was born. Light or dark, serious or silly'we need equal portions of laughter and tears to stay balanced. I hope you make room on your bookshelves for both my incarnations. Just don't be mad if I keep you up some night. After all, don't you deserve happily ever after?Happy Reading,Emily
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La Mala *the mean girl*
La Mala *the mean girl* rated it 10 years ago
Me sorprendi a mi misma riéndome en voz alta con varias escenas.No es la gran novela de romance, pero entretiene y enternece un poco.
Wit and Sin
Wit and Sin rated it 12 years ago
- "My Lady Below Stairs" by Emily Bryan - 1 star (though I liked the concept I didn't like the story or characters)- "The Longest Night" by Jennifer Ashley - 3 stars- "Traditions" by Alissa Johnson - 4 stars
Ilze
Ilze rated it 12 years ago
I couldn't finish either Jennifer Ashley's or Alissa Johnson's story. Not recommended.
Carolyn Cannot Live Without Books!
Carolyn Cannot Live Without Books! rated it 13 years ago
Anthology. Better than average anthology.My Lady Below Stairs by Emily Bryan. This story is about the below stairs staff which I loved. I'm kind of sick of the ton being about 20,000 people or so. Isn't ton 1000? Anyway, the bastard daughter of a her employer has been making kissy face with the...
Dawn772
Dawn772 rated it 14 years ago
I just couldn't get into this book. The setup was ok with sculptor Crispin hired to do Bostonian Grace's hands so she can catch titled husband. The pace was so slow and I gave up halfway.
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