Making it through high school unscathed, Amanda knew she was going to be a writer. She just didn't know what to write. She'd read in books that writers should write what they know. Regrettably, at the age of nineteen years, Amanda knew very little. She wanted to write romances, but she hadn't been abducted by a scandalous trader who sold her to a devilishly handsome sheik. Nor had Amanda crossed the U.S. by rail and fallen in love with a cowboy who was fighting a villan for his family's ranch. In addition, she had no practical knowledge of where to find an emotionally-scarred widower doctor who was tormented by the death of his wife. Though it was later discovered that Amanda's love would heal his wounded heart.
So, she went to college at the Ohio State University. While there, she decided that her desire to write would have to be for newspapers. Amanda studied journalism and even worked for a time at the school newspaper as a staff photographer. That position afforded her the opportunity to travel with the football team. In addition, Amanda covered semi-professional hockey and soccer. It was a stellar experience and her only regret was that her superfluous bashfulness prohibited her from experiencing a few romantic entanglements.
However, Amanda never lost her love for romance. And when she was twenty-two years old, another novel poured from her soul. This one had all the elements she loved: sassy yet innocent heroine, dashing suitor, mysterious locales and lots of fooling around. It's still in a box in her closet.
Then, in her early forties and tired of the corporate world she quit her job and regretted it almost immediately.
But roughly ten minutes later, she was at peace with her decision and began to write again.
Let Me In-Dragan's Tale: The Mikhailov Brothers Book Two
by Amanda Hough
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Categories: All Women's Fiction; Contemporary Fiction
The Mikhailov Trilogy: Sergey, Dragan, Nicolai
by Amanda Hough
Now available in a single volume, all three novels of the Mikhailov Brothers. Let It Go Evelyn Snow is a successful nurse. She has loyal friends, lives in a great city and has fabulous taste. She doesn't need a man to make life complete, but one to warm her bed would be welcome. But the entrance exam to get her between the sheets has...
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