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Stephanie Haefner

Stephanie Haefner is a wife, mother of two, and contemporary romance novelist from Buffalo, New York. She loves creating sassy heroines and tossing them into sexy circumstances. Try Me On For Size is her first novel with Pocket Star, and she’s currently at work on its sequel, Size Matters. When not writing, she celebrates her sassiness with dance and Zumba classes, and her nerdiness with boy bands and Disney World.
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A sexy, laugh-out-loud love story about a woman trying to save her failing lingerie business with a new product—“personal massagers” made to the specs of the spokesman of her choice! But when she falls for the first model she meets, how can she prove she’s his perfect fit?With their business in trouble, Mia and Bryn must pull out all the stops to save their shop. Things get sticky when Mia, owner of Classy ‘n’ Sassy Lingerie, has to go on five blind...
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My Life in 8 Words

Author Revealed

Q. What is your motto or maxim?

A. Slip into something sassy ;)

Q. What were your previous occupations?

A. Floral Designer

Q. What was/is your favorite job?

A. Author!

Q. Where did you go to high school and/or college?

A. McKinley High School in Buffalo, NY and Alfred State College in Alfred, NY

Q. What is your favorite movie?

A. Dirty Dancing

Author Voices

March 31, 2014

......why I love writing and reading romance........

I never leave feeling sad.

So, last night we watched Gatsby. I'd been wanting to see it for a while. I've never read the book or saw any of the other movie adaptions, but I did know a tiny bit about the story. It was a good movie with a good cast and lots of pretty things to look at. That era fascinates me. But the movie left me feeing sad. It did not end happily ever after. And I am starting to realize I crave that when I watch movies or read books. I don't like walking away sad.

***SPOILER ALERT***

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