New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author



MaryJanice Davidson is the author of several romance novels. She’s been writing since she was thirteen; Love’s Prisoner is her first erotic romance. She lives in Minnesota with her husband and two children, loves reading, and has a soft spot for werewolves.

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• Secrets Volume #6
by MaryJanice Davidson, Angela Knight, Alice Gaines, Sandy Fraser
• Secrets Volume #8
by MaryJanice Davidson, Liz Maverick, Alice Gaines, Jeanie Cesarini
• Secrets Volume #8 • Trade Paperback
by MaryJanice Davidson, Liz Maverick, Alice Gaines, Jeanie Cesarini
• Secrets Volume #6 • Trade Paperback
by MaryJanice Davidson, Angela Knight, Alice Gaines, Sandy Fraser

Author's interviews

MaryJanice Davidson Biography

Well, I suppose I've put this off long enough. My PR person has been bugging me and bugging me, and I can't ignore her any more...she's got me cornered like a rat. A rat who needs highlights. But finally, I have no choice. No current deadlines. The house is clean. The tree is up. The dog's been fed. I got nothin'.

Actually, I've been resisting this for a very important reason...you're here at my Web site because you're interested in one or more of my books, right? Right. That's probably about it. And that's fine. Hey, it's better than fine...I've got house payments, so read away. But honestly...do you really care that I was an Air Force brat raised all over the country (the highlights include Guam, Mississippi and North Dakota), with a father who fought fires and a mom who broke the world record for target shooting? Oh, wait, I guess that is kind of cool. I mean, it's nothing *I* actually did, but still. I remember all the men bitching within my mom's earshot (and mine; I was six) when she broke the record. "Goddamned women should stay home!" Sore losers.

But that's enough about my parents, though I could certainly go on if I wanted to. But back to me. Because, if you didn't get the memo, it's all about me. So, you know, born in a small town in the Midwest, grew up with a dream, Miss Congeniality in high school (hard to believe, isn't it?), blah-blah. Got married, had kids. You'd think moving all over as a kid (seven schools in twelve years) would have gotten it out of my system, but I managed to fall in love with a guy who lived half a country away, so we went out to Boston for a bit, and finally settled in Minnesota, land of ten thousand mosquitoes. (That's a joke. There's actually way, way, way more than ten thousand.) Started writing when I was thirteen, sold my first book when I was twenty-nine. Made the best-seller list when I was thirty-four. Learned how to make gravy without lumps. It was a wonderful decade.

I guess the root of it is, I don't like talking about myself. I don't know about you guys, but *I'd* rather be reading a book than listening to some self-important idiot blathering on about, as Elaine on Seinfeld put it, "the excruciating minute of everyday life". Although, I'm kind of proud of this, I remembered to close the flue in the fireplace this week, so I didn't have to brush the ashes out of my eyebrows by the time I got a blaze going. That's interesting and cool, right?

So, maybe not.

People who read my books tell me, "You talk just like your characters." That's because my deep dark secret is this: I have no imagination. I've been a secretary, a model, a waitress, an editor, an office manager and a medical test subject. So have my characters. I guess my point is...I forget. I'm pretty sure I had one. But, if nothing else, now my PR person will get off my back.

Happy reading,


Review Highlights


MaryJanice Davidson for her story’s nomination for the 2000 P.E.A.R.L. Award for Best Novella or Short Story.

Congratulations again to MaryJanice Davidson!

Love’s Prisoner won first place for Best Science Fiction Romance Short Story in the 2000 Sapphire Awards.


This is erotica at it’s best. I don't think I’ll ever be afraid of werewolves again!”
—Affaire de Coeur review

“Ms. Davidson has penned one fantastic love story, overflowing with humor, suspense and oodles of steamy sex!
—Julie Shininger, Escape to Romance

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