Ophelia London

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USA Today bestselling author Ophelia London was born and raised among the redwood trees in beautiful northern California. Once she was fully educated, she decided to settle in Florida, but her car broke down in Texas, and she’s lived in Dallas ever since. She enjoys cupcakes, treadmills, reruns of Dawson’s Creek and obsessing over her Italian Greyhound, Peanut. Ophelia is the author of NEVER AN AMISH BRIDE (Honey Brook series), her very first Amish romance! As wells as the Sugar City series, the Perfect Kisses series, the Abby Road series, and other adult, NA and YA sweet romances. Visit her at ophelialondon.com, but don’t call when she’s streaming The Walking Dead.

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Release Day! (and it’s been a while)

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Guys! Never an Amish Bride will be my 15th book!


A few years ago, I couldn’t have even fathomed such a number. Having said that, Amish Bride is also my first new release in over three years! AND it’s my very first mass market paperback. Woot!


Yeah, I took a little break from writing sweet romances to having my own sweet romance. ❤ In fact, Wife for the Weekend (my last traditionally-

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Ophelia London Hi Alison. Thanks for stopping by. :) Yes, Butterfly was huge news when I still lived at home. I actually refer to her in one of my books (Definitely, Maybe in Love), but it's so fun that you've heard about her, too!
Happy Thanksgiving weekend!
~Ophelia


Alison Brodie Great to meet you. You talk of redwood trees in your bio. Have you heard of Julia "Butterfly" who lived in a redwood tree for two years to stop it being cut down. My hero!


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