Crimson Syn
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Crimson Syn

International Bestselling Romance Author, Crimson Syn, Was born and raised in New York City to two wonderfully witty and loving Colombian parents. They always showed their support for her throughout the years, especially when she started writing at the age of sixteen. For Miss Syn, writing became an outlet for being bullied in high school and she never stopped. Growing up, she was influenced by dozens of flourishing romance authors and even more dashing and daring rogues. Authors like Judith McNaught, Jude Devereaux, Mary Balogh, Elizabeth Hoyt, Lisa Kleypas, Bertrice Small, and A.N. Roquelaure’s Sleeping Beauty trilogy were here early introductions to erotic romance and the source of inspiration. After reading so many wonderful stories and living so many fantasies, she also has many sinful tales of her own to share. She loves her alphas rough and possessive, and her pen delves into any trope of romance that will fulfill your pleasure. Her heroines are independent, bright women with lots of sexy curves who know how to handle themselves as well as the men they come across. Miss Syn wants you to indulge in steamy reads that will send you into the arms of dangerous alphas and deliciously sexy rogues without leaving the confines of your nice warm beds. If she is able to entice your inner goddesses, only then, will she be satisfied with her work. The Hellbound Lovers MC series is one of the proudest moments in her career. Wolf was her first published work and he opened so many amazing doors for me. Publishing Wolf, taught her that if you set your mind to something you can accomplish anything. She writes her characters and stories for you, her amazing readers, with the only intent of taking you away to that page-turning, lip biting, bookmarking passion. Join her Newsletter & receive a Free Book: https://bookhip.com/KLGARH

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