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Erica Anderson

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in Canoga Park, CA, The United States
August 08

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Erica writes erotic romance from her home in Southeast Alaska. She's written Regency-era as well as science fiction. She's currently working on a sequel to The Antaren Affair and a book-length medieval. She loves to hear from readers: author.erica.anderson@gmail.com

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Erica Anderson has a fabulous historical romance on her hands with Not Quite a Lady. Indira is a unique heroine that will touch readers' hearts and Sebastian is the perfect hero that readers will fall in love with. Ms. Anderson is a new author to this reviewer and I will be looking for more stories from her. Not Quite a Lady takes the readers on an emotional roller coaster ride they won't forget. This story is a must have and I cannot wait to see what Ms. Anderson will come up with n
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Average rating: 3.82 · 38 ratings · 10 reviews · 2 distinct works
The Antaren Affair

3.91 avg rating — 22 ratings — published 2010 — 2 editions
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Not Quite a Lady

3.67 avg rating — 15 ratings — published 2010 — 2 editions
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Albert Schweitzer's Gift of...

3.50 avg rating — 12 ratings — published 1964 — 4 editions
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An engaging read with some fascinating WWII history woven into a story set in 1950s Boston. While the plot follows the path of a female war criminal, the story is largely told from the perspectives of two women--Jordan, a young and aspiring photograp ...more
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How have I gotten this old without reading Joe Abercrombie?

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Really mixed feelings on this book. Great atmosphere provided by 15th century Venice; great characters, including the fascinating Alexa, duchess, bat and Mongol (never thought I'd be putting those three words together). Tycho, of course, is the chara ...more
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Pashazade by Jon Courtenay Grimwood
""Cyberpunk set in alternate-history North Africa?" says I. "Sounds interesting."

And that was my first mistake.

I was expecting William Gibson crossed with, oh, The Years of Rice and Salt. What I got was more in the spirit of Dan..." Read more of this review »
Pashazade by Jon Courtenay Grimwood
"I've read standalone novels by Grimwood before but never been able to get hold of this, the first of his Arabesk trilogy of books.

The protagonist in Pashazade is Ashraf, recently returned to Alexandria and replete with all the trappings of a ri..." Read more of this review »
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I loved this book! To oversimplify, it's an historical m/m romance featuring a 150-year-old werewolf with a traumatic past. But it's so much more than that--a richly imagined setting, a sweetly vulnerable hero, and a troubled, angsty love interest.

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“Hope is the thing with feathers
That perches in the soul
And sings the tune without the words
And never stops at all.”
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“So why are you telling me?"

"Well, for one thing, because I expect that Carnac will try to find some way to mention it, and if I hadn't told you first, you'd be thoroughly pissed off about it when he did."

Warrick said nothing. Well, it had been a fifty-fifty bet which way round would prove more hassle in the end.

"Warrick, if there'd been another way—"

"No, no. I understand. I was merely contemplating the fact that informing me that you had sex with someone else last night—after drugging him—falls under the heading of your being unusually considerate.”
Manna Francis, First Against the Wall

C.S. Pacat
“I like writing that is restrained and invisible. I don't mean that I like things to be simple and easy to decode, the opposite. I like writers who deal with ambiguities, biased viewpoint and subjective truth; I like the writing to be clean but everything behind the writing to be complex. I like to feel that there are things going on in the spaces and behind the lines.”
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“It's one slice of shit-cake after another with me, isn't it? Why did you marry me?"
"God gave you to me."
"Did you keep the receipt?"

- Amber and Meoraq”
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“When I fuck you, Mr. Day, it will not be briefly. It will be long and hard and extremely thorough. I'm going to take pains with you.”
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