Bella Andre

Bella Andre isn’t a household name, and no wonder. The California-based author of romance fiction, profiled in The Post last year, finally made her first non-retailer bestseller list last week. “If You Were Mine” clocked in at No. 111 on USA Today’s list. Read full article >>

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