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Mae Archer

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Mae Archer knew she wanted to be a writer since she was a child. She loved listening to her grandmother’s war stories about English maidens falling in love with handsome Yankees while England burnt under the Luftwaffe’s blitz.

When she discovered romance novels as a teenager she soon realised that her dream job was to be a romance writer. After many career twists and turns she’s making her dreams come true.

Her real life is like one of her grandmother’s stories. She met a foreigner who travelled through Australia and it was love at first sight. She married him six months after they met and every day since has been an adventure.

She lives in Australia with her husband and daughter.

Mae Archer is the pen name that author Amra Pajalic uses for her
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Average rating: 3.78 · 60 ratings · 34 reviews · 4 distinct worksSimilar authors
Return to Me

3.63 avg rating — 30 ratings — published 2013 — 9 editions
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Hollywood Dreams

3.87 avg rating — 23 ratings — published 2014 — 5 editions
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hollywood dreams-A secret identity romantic suspense novel

Hollywood Dreams is a secret identity romantic suspense novel from award-winning author. Now available in dyslexic font, large print, audiobook, ebook, paperback, hardcover
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Return to Me by Mae Archer
“Straightening her shoulders she met his gaze. “You think I’m pretending to have amnesia?”
“Let’s just say that your amnesia ploy is convenient.” She stared at him uncomprehendingly. He pushed away from the sink in frustration and stalked toward her. She stepped back, losing her balance and almost falling.”
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“...Love is not perfect. My favorite quote is "Love begins with a smile, grows with a kiss and ends with a tear." No matter what the journey,the destination is the same" - Tom”
Mae Archer, Hollywood Dreams

“If Lana Walters had given any thought to dying, she’d have assumed it would hurt more. Instead, when the bus hit her, the lights simply went out. One moment of inattention and then, nothing. Next she knew, she was weightless, flying above Boston.”
Mae Archer, Return to Me

“Straightening her shoulders she met his gaze. “You think I’m pretending to have amnesia?”
“Let’s just say that your amnesia ploy is convenient.” She stared at him uncomprehendingly. He pushed away from the sink in frustration and stalked toward her. She stepped back, losing her balance and almost falling.”
Mae Archer, Return to Me

“Straightening her shoulders she met his gaze. “You think I’m pretending to have amnesia?”
“Let’s just say that your amnesia ploy is convenient.” She stared at him uncomprehendingly. He pushed away from the sink in frustration and stalked toward her. She stepped back, losing her balance and almost falling.”
Mae Archer, Return to Me




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