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About Olivia Gaines
“The writing of Olivia Gaines is filled with so much warmth and humor that you do not want her stories to end."- Pepper Pace
♛ Olivia is a USA Today Best Selling, Emma Award, and multiple award-winning author who loves a good laugh coupled with some steam, mixed in with a man and woman finding their way past the words of "I love you." An author of contemporary romances, she writes heartwarming stories of blossoming relationships filled with heart and humor. The Technicians, The Blakemore Files, and the Modern Mail Order Brides, are one clicks for thousands of readers.
When Olivia is not writing, she enjoys quilting, playing Scrabble online against other word lovers and spending time with her family. She is an avid world traveler who writes many of the locations into her stories. Most of the time she can be found sitting quietly with pen and paper plotting more adventures in love.
Olivia lives in Hephzibah, Georgia with her husband, son, grandson and snotty evil cat, Katness Evermean.
🏆2015 Swirl Award Winner, Best Erotic Romance, Thursdays in Savannah.
🏆2017 IRAE Award Winner, Best Contemporary Romance, Wyoming Nights
🏆2019 IRAE Award Winner, Favorite Series, The Men of Endurance
🏆2019 IRAE Award Winner, Reader's Choice Award
🎖️2019 Nominee, Top Female Authors, The AuthorShow.com
Learn more about her books, upcoming releases and join her bibliophile nation at www.ogaines.com
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