Emilie Richards is the author of sixty plus novels which have been published in more than twenty-one countries and sixteen languages. Her most recent novels include Fortunate Harbor, a July 2010 trade paperback release, which is the second novel in the Happiness Key series, and A Truth for a Truth, the fifth book in the Ministry is Murder series published in October 2010 by Berkley Prime Crime.
Emilie is a multiple finalist for the RITA from Romance Writers of America, and a RITA winner. Romantic Times magazine has given her multiple awards, including one for career achievement. Emilie regularly appears on bestseller lists including the USA Today list and several of her books have been made into television movies in Germany with many more to follow.
Emilie lives in Northern Virginia with her husband. She travels frequently to speak to readers groups and to promote her work. She is an avid gardener and quilter and the mother of four children, whom she regards as her greatest creative endeavors.
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Twice Upon A Time
by Emilie Richards
Price: $4.99 USD. 113700 words.
Published on February 7, 2011. Fiction.
Mary Kate McKenzie has pledged herself to a life of service, but a knock on the head shatters her rose-colored glasses. She awakens, a stranger in her own mysteriously pregnant body. The only memories she has are of someone else's life.
Should she move toward the exciting future she craves, or find happiness with sexy journalist Charles Casey and the troubled teens she's learned to love?
Once More With Feeling
by Emilie Richards
Price: $4.99 USD. 110730 words.
Published on February 5, 2011. Fiction.
Elisabeth Whitfield is having a doozy of a mid-life crisis when suddenly her life takes an extraordinary turn. Following a near-fatal car wreck, Elisabeth awakens in the hospital in someone else's younger, sexier body. Now she has a second chance at the exciting life she gave up to marry and become a full-time mother. But will getting everything she wanted cost her everything that matters?
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