E. Ayers

Biography

Author of Contemporary Romance and YA.

E. Ayers is an avid reader and loves a good romance. A true believer in love at first sight because it happened to her, she thinks everyone should find that special someone. When it happens, it’s magical. Writing about true love is what she enjoys doing and when she’s not spending time with her two dogs and waiting on his royal highness (the cat), she’s busy writing. The official matchmaker for all the characters who wander through her brain, she likes finding just the right ones to create a story.

She writes a slice-of-life novel, the romantic slice in two characters lives. In today's world, most people have careers and responsibilities. Figuring out how to blend two separate lives into one can be a huge dilemma. No one is perfect. She brings that into what she writes.

The fantasy of a handsome hunk who will sweep the damsel off her feet and carry her off to a castle in the clouds is still there, but that castle is probably a condo. And that damsel isn't going to be persuaded by a few smooth lines.

E. Ayers adores hearing from her fans and can be found on Facebook and at her website.

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Books

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Smashwords book reviews by E. Ayers

  • Harbinger of Evil on Aug. 04, 2011

    Excellent. It reads like a cozy, except it's hotter. If you love a good murder mystery and you don't mind the adult nature of the book, it's a great read!
  • Chased on Aug. 23, 2011

    What a sweet book! The children were adorable. It was a hit with the children here. They immediately identified with the nightmares and knew how silly their nightmares were to others, yet could personally be terrifying to them. A great little read for elementary school kids.
  • A Smoky Mountain Christmas on Dec. 05, 2011

    A super Christmas story. A city girl with zero domestic skills finds herself lost and stranded in the mountains and is rescued by a guy with serious survival skills. The fun is watching the two of them try to accommodate each other. She too independent to let on that she's incapable and he tries hard to be the gentleman that he was raised to be. But it's Christmas so they both try to give the other something even though they have nothing to give a stranger. It's a funny, sweet read and I found myself screaming, "Just kiss her! Really kiss her."
  • A Matter of Taste on Dec. 05, 2011

    Ever wish someone could get away with murder? Especially when they don't deserve to live? You'll route for Hannah right to the very end of the story.