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Fiona McGier

I’ve been an avid reader since I was five, when Mom taught me to read. I’ve always written stories in my head when bored or occupied with some other task—like baking or cooking, driving, and even sleeping. I’ve even woken up with entire story arcs and well-developed characters demanding my attention. I used to think that everyone had characters talking to them all the time.

A few years ago, I decided that my head was getting too noisy and crowded, and that some of the people and their stories had to be written—so they could live in books, and readers’ heads. I feel like they are telling me their secrets. Once the book is done, they are happy to have been heard, so they are quiet. But then the next characters start to talk, demanding their turn. I enjoy the noise.

I write contemporary romances involving a strong, independent woman who enjoys casual flings. Enter the equally strong, independent man who decides this is the woman for him. He has to convince the heroine that he’s the one for her. I love happy endings.

The Right Choice

The Right Choice

He's loved her for years, but she keeps running away from her blue-collar man, to please her family...

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Two For Tuesday

Two For Tuesday

When a world-famous cardiologist has his personal life going up in flames, he seeks out the one who ..

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When a Wolf Howls

When a Wolf Howls

She’s a scientist. He’s a werewolf. Can he get her to believe in him, since his wolf has already dec..

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Worth the Wait

Worth the Wait

Finding a mate can be difficult when you’re a werewolf. Your inner wolf often chooses for you. What ..

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