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Rebecca Rogers Maher writes gritty, realistic stories that push the boundaries of typical contemporary romance — uniting the genre’s explicit sex scenes and happy endings with the crisp, layered prose of literary fiction.

Publishers Weekly describes Rebecca’s writing as “gripping and touching,” Library Journal calls it “gut-wrenching,” and USA TODAY declares it “very well-done romance…so satisfying.”


Average rating: 3.68 · 256 ratings · 123 reviews · 6 distinct works · Similar authors
Snowbound with a Stranger (...
3.52 of 5 stars 3.52 avg rating — 62 ratings — published 2012 — 3 editions
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The Bridge
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Fault Lines
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NHHey everyone! Now that I’ve broken the outrage habit, it’s time to go camping for the summer. I’m taking my kids to the country so we can swim in lakes, ride bikes, play games, kayak, go tubing, sing corny songs, sit around a campfire, and learn the true meaning of the term, “camp feet.”


I’m also ditching my phone and computer and taking a much-needed break from the internet.


I’ll be back in the...

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The filth in this book is gleefully unrelenting -- and full of countless precise, absurd and hilarious flourishes. Few authors make me as delighted with the English language as Nicholson Baker does. So glad he's out there doing what he does.
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Beautiful.
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Completely delightful, as always.
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“But that’s depression, isn’t it? It makes you selfish. It…it shrinks your world down. Like you’re inside a tornado or something. How are you supposed to care about the things outside that storm? When it’s all you can do to just survive it?”
Rebecca Rogers Maher, The Bridge

“They used to tell me if you’re depressed anyway, why not be depressed and take a walk instead of being depressed and staying in bed? If it makes no difference, why not get up and go out?”
Rebecca Rogers Maher, The Bridge

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Contemporary Romance: Win a copy of HURRICANE LILY by Rebecca Rogers Maher 1 4 May 27, 2013 12:30PM  
“Oh shame, shame! Oh crying shame! How can we? Why do we allow ourselves? What are we doing? The last little room of dirt is waiting. Without windows. So for God’s sake make a move, Henderson, put forth effort. You, too, will die of this pestilence. Death will annihilate you and nothing will remain, and there will be nothing left but junk...While something still is -- now! For the sake of all, get out!”
Saul Bellow




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