The author of five popular novels from Warner, Julie Anne Long lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with a fat orange cat (little known fact: they issue you a cat the moment you become a romance novelist).
"A star herself in the historical-romance world, Long makes a flawless transition into contemporary romance with a wonderfully sweet yet also intensely sexy love story that brilliantly showcases her deliciously sharp sense of humor and rare gift for creating realistically quirky, wonderfully engaging characters." -- Booklist (starred review) "Bestseller Long [...] has a brilliant, quirky style that gives her first contemporary a delightful gleam. Her clever phrases make her small-town setting and characters seem fresh and new. [...] This laugh-out-loud treat is warmly emotional and richly satisfying." -- Publishers Weekly (starred review) "This book is a treat to read. The author's love of wordplay is evident in the snappy dialogue [...] and it's damn sexy. Long's ability to create a love story that leaps off the page is as impressive [...] Let's hope she keeps cranking them out for a long time." -- Kirkus Reviews "Julie Anne Long's books are sexy and adorable!" -- New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Jill Shalvis "Julie Anne long is a fantastic writer." -- New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Jayne Ann Krentz "Julie Anne Long's writing glows with emotional intensity and strong, passionate characterization." -- New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Jayne Ann Krentz Funny, sexy, heartwarming, Long moves seamlessly into the contemporary market. -- New York Times bestselling author Lori Wilde Sizzlingly smart! Long's fresh new contemporary voice rocks! -- NYT bestselling author Susan Andersen "This is romantic fantasy at its purest [...] JT and Britt are clever and funny, and the book has all the hallmarks of Long's historical novels - charming secondary characters, delightful dialogue and a sigh-inducing ending." -- Sarah MacLean for the Washington Post, Named one of the Best Romances of Early Summer