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About the author

So here's the deal: most people in my life would be shocked to know I write romance. I've kept my romantic streak pretty much on the down low as it would ruin my street cred as my company's smart-mouthed, no-nonsense administrative assistant. I kinda hate that. Why can't you be snarky and still want a guy to be sweet to you? Anyway, I struggled for years with my writing. I've always enjoyed it, but I was afraid to tell people I wanted to be a writer. I felt like it would be like telling them I wanted to be an actress--or that I wanted to wear a cape while I fought crime.

Actually, I still think I could rock a cape. With proper motivation, I might even be able to run in heels. With seriously proper motivation, I might even be able to run and jump in said heels. Wow, see what I meant about my ADD? Returning to my point in 3...2...1...

So I wrote a bunch of books in secret and now I'm slowly publishing them and the response has been pretty amazing. I'm not special, but OMG my readers make me feel like I am. I'm incredibly lucky to have them. I wish I'd had the courage to publish before now.

Anywho, if you like romantic comedies heavy on the sarcasm and steam, you might like my books. I love to write heroines readers can relate to and heroes who can't help but fall for them. My An Indecent Apposal series is pretty sexy and I get to the sexy, uh, pretty quickly.

My Deeper Than Love series has a longer burn, but it's just as sexy.

Wow. Okay. That's a pretty long bio. If you've made it this far, congrats. I feel like we're friends now. This could work to your advantage: I give pretty great presents. I'm good at listening. I will always, ALWAYS bring dessert if we meet up at your place.

Then again, I've also been known to deliberately drop heavy boxes on my boss's penny loafers and I left sushi behind his bookcase once. The stench was epic.

(Seriously. People vomited.)

Then again, he was also groping me every chance he got and we weren't actually friends. He was a creep.

The moral of this story? Choose wisely, my friends. I'm a multi-faceted individual.

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