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Comments (6)

  1. Beth Ann May 17, 2016 at 1:56 am

    Hi Mia,

    I have recently discovered your books and have read them all within the last month. They are exactly what I have been looking for. Can you tell me if you have another book that will be coming out soon? Also, can you recommend any other authors whose writing style and stories are close to yours?

    Thank you for letting me disappear into your wonderful stories.

    • Mia Sheridan October 24, 2017 at 4:49 pm

      Thank you so much, Beth Ann! <3 I can't tell you how much I appreciate that! It's hard for me to say whose writing style is similar to mine as I'm not sure if that would be a compliment to them or not 😀 but some of the authors I love are: Amy Harmon, Katy Regnery, AL Jackson... They all write emotional love stories. <3

  2. Alessandra March 23, 2017 at 11:35 am

    Hello Mia, I am from Peru. And yes, I would like to say that your books came here. I particulary, love them. I haven’t read all yet but I read three of them: Leo, Archer’s Voice and Stinger. And I love your way to write, to involve me in the story, and also to fall in love with each character. Your imagination is amazing, because you create beautiful stories, very touching. And to finish, I would like to say, thank you for all of your books because when I read it, I have a very great moment and I scape from reality and forget everything and only think in the story or be one of the characters. I totally believe that you will never dissapoint me. Blessings and a lot of success for you and ypur family.

  3. Urszula September 10, 2017 at 6:12 pm

    Hi Mia,
    I have recently read your book “Ramsay”, and I discovered that one scen from the party is VERY, VERY similar to the scen from the book “Ain’t She Sweet” by Susan Elizabeth Phillips.
    Is it a coincidence?

    • Mia Sheridan October 24, 2017 at 4:46 pm

      Hi Urszula! Are you referring to the scene where Brogan has Lydia be a server at his party? I haven’t read the other book, so I can 100% say the similarities are a coincidence. 🙂 I try hard to come up with unique situations, but I’ve heard it said that in writing, there’s nothing new under the sun. Hopefully the specifics/dialogue, etc. is all very different. I appreciate you asking! And thank you for reading. <3 Mia

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