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About Mia Michele
Mia Michele is the pen name of a suburban housewife and stay-at-home mother. A Nashville native, her nonfiction work on yoga, religion, and alternative choices has been featured in the U.S. and Europe. An accomplished runner with several races under her belt including numerous 5Ks, a triathlon, a half-marathon, and two marathons, she trains other runners and coaches youth cross country.
In her spare time, she teaches yoga and enjoys nature walks with her children. She is a former librarian and lives in Southeastern Pennsylvania with her family.
Mia can be reached at email@example.com.
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In a book that tackles depression, affairs, pregnancy loss, and even suicide, Mia Michele brings a realistic tint to a classic sweetheart romance. This book is a stand-alone in a preexisting series, and it is recommended that readers read the first two books in the series, Amnesty of the Heart and Drunk on Passion, prior to reading Happily Ever After.
Ela, a bookstore owner who has been raising her autistic brother since their parents abandoned them nearly fourteen years ago, finds herself embroiled with Lucian, an upper level demon who has, after millennia, finally had a crisis of conscience. When Lucian realizes that Ela is the answer to saving a small Canadian town from a war between demons, he creates a plan that will utilize a demon, a mortal, and even heavenly hosts in order to save humanity. But will it be enough? And is Lucian fighting for Ela, or is Ela just the means to secure his own demonic power?
Damon knows that Mina is who he wants, but it’s how to make her see that a future together could work that leaves him staggered. As they explore their new relationship, they’ll have to not only trust each other, but that there might be something more out there for each of them.
Duncan has been running the Dublin Field Office of Amnesty International since his predecessor (and the uncle of his former fiancé) was murdered. Having been a “bad boy” for most of his career, he’s finally single and re-evaluating his life after accepting that his fiancé has moved on and found happiness with her new husband. Determined to make amends for his cheating ways, he swears off sleeping with women at the office and picking up women in pubs. His history makes a union with Hesper a complete impossibility, but Duncan can’t help falling in love with the young woman running from her own ghosts.
When it seems that Duncan is still the same man he always was, can Hesper look beyond her own fears and save the love they've only just found, or is their relationship simply a drunken fantasy?