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Eloisa James: Author Q&A
Eloisa James
My one wish would be…
for my family's health.
My most embarrassing moment was…
something that I can't put it into words. Shudder!
My best quality is…
I'm a workaholic.
My worst quality is…
I'm a workaholic.
My greatest love is…
my husband, Alessandro.

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Mrs. Mike
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Once an Angel
by Teresa Medeiros
Scent of Darkness
by Christina Dodd
The Heir and The Spare
by Maya Rodale

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The Heir and The Spare
by Maya Rodale
Maya Rodale does a brilliant job of setting up the twin conundrum in The Heir and the Spare. She creates a fascinating, twisted plot in which Devon Kensington keeps stepping in for his feckless, stupid twin, Phillip. Phillip ruins girls the way some men smoke cigars: over dinner, for light pleasure. So when Emilia shares a delightful kiss with the Heir…or is it the Spare…of course she decides to have no more to do with him. But then they end up dancing and Emilia thanks him, there’s a far-away look in his eyes. Perhaps, Emilia thinks, he’s reliving their wonderful kiss. Unless he never kissed her at all. The brothers keep switching. Emilia lives in a non-paranormal world and can’t quite figure out what’s going on. This is a laugh-out-loud novel, full of delightful moments as when Emilia tells her friend that she can’t quite understand Phillip’s mood swings and Annabelle says, very seriously, that’s there’s only one way to sort it all out. “You must kiss him again.” Though I think my favorite moment comes sometime later when Emilia runs into Devon, who remarks, “So we meet again.” “We do, don’t we?” she replied. “How kind of you to acknowledge that for once.”

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