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Mia Marlowe
Award winning author Mia Marlowe writes historical romance for Kensington Publishing and Sourcebooks. Her debut title received acclaim from romance luminaries. #1 New York Times bestseller Victoria Alexander says Mia's Touch of a Thief has "adventure and heat and everything I want in a great... show more

Award winning author Mia Marlowe writes historical romance for Kensington Publishing and Sourcebooks. Her debut title received acclaim from romance luminaries. #1 New York Times bestseller Victoria Alexander says Mia's Touch of a Thief has "adventure and heat and everything I want in a great story!" UK's BooksMonthly has crowned Mia Marlowe "the queen of saucy historical romance." Mia learned much of what she knows about storytelling from singing. A classically trained soprano, she won the District Metropolitan Opera Auditions and shared a stage with Placido Domingo. As she prepared for operatic roles, she devised back stories for her characters. Since she's worn a real corset, and had to sing high C's in one, she empathizes with the trials of her fictional heroines. But in Mia's stories, they don't die in a Parisian garret. They get to live and keep the hero!
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Wit and Sin
Wit and Sin rated it 1 year ago
Reviewed for Wit and Sin Lord Bredon and the Bachelor’s Bible is a charming second chance romance with likeable characters and a satisfying happily ever after. In the wake of his father’s death, Edward Lovell, Earl of Chatham, is in need of funds in order to save his estates. Edward is an honorabl...
Wit and Sin
Wit and Sin rated it 2 years ago
4.25 Stars - Reviewed for Wit and Sin The Singular Mr. Sinclair is a true delight to read! Reformed rakes and silver-tongued rogues make for fine heroes, but there’s something about a slightly awkward hero that just grabs my heart. Lawrence charmed me from the start and made me smile. He isn’t a d...
WhiskeyintheJar Romance
WhiskeyintheJar Romance rated it 4 years ago
Very interesting concepts and building blocks for a historical paranormal story but the emotional glue was missing. Characters were kind of planted but not given fertile enough soil to grow roots. The insta-love between our leads didn't allow for any emotional connection to be felt and when they say...
Sarah's Library
Sarah's Library rated it 4 years ago
Reading this as part of the Unapologetic Romance Readers group buddy read. 19/4 - Not particularly impressed so far - somewhere between 'okay' and 'like it'. There have been a few punctuation weirdnesses, but mostly the fault lies with the way Marlowe handled the plot. The plot could be good - X-...
BuckeyeAngel
BuckeyeAngel rated it 4 years ago
John was the best brawler among the Daemon Club. he had recently learned and was heir to the Marquess of Somerset. He had already been elevated to Lord Hartley - one of the Marquess’s lesser titles. Through the years the Daemon Club treated John a lot better then his family had. No One wanted to fig...
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