Maria Miller Stone
Maria Miller Stone was born in 1980, in Georgia (USSR) to a diplomatic family. Fond of writing, music, and foreign languages, she spent her teenage years in Canada, where she attended drama classes, wrote scripts and adapted them for stage. She went on to obtain a Bachelor’s degree in PR, and a Master’s in Law, from two of Moscow’s top-tier universities, and work with the Consular Corps in California.
M.M. Stone currently resides in Moscow with her husband and son. She’s an executive producer at Moscow’s only English-speaking radio station, a member of the Young Diplomats Club of San Francisco and a contributing member of the Writer’s Guild of Russia.
The Triple Challenge is her first novel. It gently touches upon the ever present question of the polygamy of human nature and not-so-gently inverts the common stereotypes of what love is on their head.
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The Triple Challenge
by Maria Miller Stone
The Triple Challenge is the story of a spoiled SoCal socialite, who becomes an award-winning writer after falling in love with a French winemaker, an Italian designer, and a Russian musician. It is anything but a traditional romance novel. Consisting of three standalone stories stitched together by a charged prologue and a shocking ending, the novel touches upon the polygamy of human nature.
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