Dana Mason

Biography

Dana Mason started writing to prove to her computer geek husband and her math & science geek kids that she actually has a brain; it’s just a right functioning brain instead of a left. She’s lived all over the country and uses that experience in her writing and character studies. Her debut novel, Dangerous Embrace, is the first in a contemporary romance series about a group of friends from Northern California who learn just how short life can be when you don’t hold on to what’s important. Second chances don’t come easy…but sometimes love is worth the risk.
When not writing, Dana specializes in professional development and training. She’s also a board member on the local Art's Council and does what she can to support the art community.
As an avid reader and movie watcher, she always requires a happily ever after ending.

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Books

Precious Embrace
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 93,230. Language: English. Published: July 10, 2013 by Sapphire Star Publishing. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Suspense, Fiction » Romance » Contemporary
A second divorce and a new baby wasn’t the vision Alison Hayes had for her future. Now a single mother with two young boys, she wants to focus on her kids and what’s left of her stagnant career. When Detective Johnny Rhay Bennett breezes into her life with his country-boy accent, she wants to run. She doesn’t need another man in her life, or another reason to make people talk.
Dangerous Embrace
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 99,980. Language: English. Published: September 12, 2012 by Sapphire Star Publishing. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Suspense
Sarah Jennings has the perfect quiet life, exactly what she wants, until one act of violence reminds her that safety and security are on illusion, but Mark Summors is no illusion. He promises to protect her, and that scares Sarah more than anything. When she agrees to let him help her, she doesn’t know just how important of a role he’ll play in her future or how her past will come back to threaten

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