Figuring she’d try anything once (and maybe just a little bit because her girlfriends egged her on) Anne Douglas sat down in Jan 2006 to write a sexy romance. Apparently she told a good story as an offer was made and the story was published in July 2006.

Deciding once was not enough, she bought herself a laptop and wrote some more words – stories that often featured boys who like girls who like boys who like boys and girls – and has been making use of her imagination and quality (cough) sarcasm ever since.

Originally from New Zealand, she’s been in the USA since 2001. Moving to the ‘South’ has taken a bit of adaptation, and she’s still confounding the natives with her chilly bins, carparks and jandals (Oh, and the number seven…for some reason everyone thinks she’s saying Steven).


Top ten finalist in the P&E 2007 polls – Erotic Novel and Cover artwork (Accidentally Were? by the wonderful Anne Cain!)

Top ten finalist in the Preditors and Editors 2006 polls for both Author and Electronic Romance Novel.

Tea for Three is a finalist in the EPPIE’s in the Erotic Romance Contemp/Suspense/Mystery category.

Tea for Three was also nominated in the Love Romances and More CAPA awards.

Anne’s Interview at Melly’s Spot

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