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Emjae considers herself a professional romantic, but don't call her work romantic fiction. Like everyone else around Inknbeans, she prefers the term contemporary relationship fiction. She started writing fiction for her grandmother more than twenty years ago, and only recently decided to pick up quill and ink and begin again, after toiling far too long as a technical writer.
She lives in a little castle on a hilltop in Southern California with the demanding and indifferent Lord Mogwollen, her collection of tea pots, crochet hooks and coffees from around the world. She is the last living Dodgers fan.
on June 25, 2010 :
Emjae Edwards is becoming one of my favorites. I have every book she wrote and am impatiently waiting for her next to come out. I loved No Greater Love. It had all my favorite scenarios- longtime unrequited love, baby and jealous evil woman. I wouldve liked a little more of the story with Paulette, maybe she couldve came to Cali and had a confrtontation with Fiona (I admit I love drama lol) I just loved this book. If you have never read any Emjae Edwards books- BUY ONE! You wont regret it.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)
Michael E. Benson
on June 05, 2010 :
Emjae Edwards hits another home run with her latest novel No Greater Love. The plot centers on Fiona and her long standing obsession with Tremaine, who is eight years her senior. She has loved him from “the time she understood the difference between boys and girls.” Tremaine, however, treats her like a sister until one fateful night when he doesn’t. Fiona suddenly has it in her power to force Tremaine to drop Paullette, to whom he is engaged, and marry her. Will she give in to her obsession, or does she love him so much she can’t bear to hurt him? I particularly like the way Emjae allows us to see Fiona’s thoughts, as well as hear her words. Often the thoughts and words are in complete opposition to one another, as in life. The book is a perfect length if you are one who likes to read straight through from beginning to end. I found the book to be thoroughly entertaining. Get it, or you’ll be missing a darn good read.
(reviewed the day of purchase)