M.A. Wilder




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M.A. Wilder

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M. A. Wilder is a wife, mother, and native New Yorker who writes in order to retain her title as a hipster. She is a stay-at-home mom by day and a crime fighter author by night. She is also rumored to be a full-time geek, a part-time fangirl, and an imaginary superhero.

Review: The Vampire Mafia Complete Set by M.A. Wilder - Mom With a Reading Problem:

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it’s 4 stars!!! @lillian_mccurry is one of the sweetest and funniest bloggers I
know, and her comparison of a certain character to Humphrey Bogart had me
cracking up! So stop by Mom With a Reading Problem
to check out her review of The Vampire Mafia!

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Average rating: 3.99 · 224 ratings · 66 reviews · 4 distinct works · Similar authors
Armored (The Té-trad Tale, #1)

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Honored (The Té-trad Tale, #2)

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“Having to deal with all of this surrealism was one thing, but it didn’t help matters that Aaron was mesmerizing to the point of distraction. Those eyes. That voice. That hair…well maybe not the hair. Those blonde strands were looking a little more chaos than organized since she’d last seen him several months ago. But that body. Man, that body. And that face. It was all too much to take, especially as Beckit was trying to process all of this new information. She was seriously beginning to think that he should have come with a government-issued warning label: DO NOT STARE DIRECTLY INTO THE FINE.”
M.A. Wilder, Armored

“Tameka stared intently at the poorly lit bathroom mirror as she continued to pick confetti out of her long, giant mass of curly hair. “Thank you fellow seniors for ruining what was a good hair day,” Meka said to no one in particular as she continued to finger comb the paper-enthusiasm out of her brunette locks.”
M.A. Wilder, Armored

“The restaurant was cliché sprinkled with a pinch of tacky. Beckit tried to reserve judgement as she walked past the rows of bamboo tables, but all she could think was 1980 called and they want their restaurant back.”
M.A. Wilder, Armored

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