Welcome to the Web site of renowned author Molly Wens. Molly has received numerous awards for her imaginative erotica. We invite you to pull up a comfortable chair and explore Molly's writings.
Click Link Shelter From The Storm, now available in print on Amazon
Shelter From The Storm has proven it is among the best stories published in 2008, earning a top 10 finish in the Romance Novel category of the annual Preditors & Editors reader's poll. After tens of thousands of votes were cast by readers over 31 categories, the debut novel from author Molly Wens finished in ninth place among 216 romance novel nominees. There were several heavy hitters in the field this year, as nominations also went to Sherrilyn Kenyon's Acheron (which reached No. 1 on the New York Times Bestseller List and was 6th in Preditors & Editors voting), Hostage to Pleasure by Nalini Singh (reached No. 20 on NYT Bestseller List and was 12th in Preditors & Editors voting), and Blood Noir by Laurell K. Hamilton (which debuted at No. 1 on the NYT Bestseller List and finished in 20th among Preditors & Editors voters). Several other authors have had previous works make the NYT Bestseller List, including Lisa Kleypas (nominated for Blue-Eyed Devil and finished 35th in Preditors & Editors voting).
Also recognized by Preditors & Editors voters was the cover artwork for Shelter From The Storm, with designer Joey Walnuts finishing in a tie for 8th place among the 44 nominees in that division of the voting.
Both Molly and Joey wish to thank all of their fans for their support and all their help in reaching this honor. Without you, none of this would have happened.
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Molly Wens weaves spells of passion and romance in her writing. Her characters leap off the page and become a part of your world as they explore the forces at work in their lives. Sometimes gritty, often sensuous and always riveting, her stories are born of her fertile imagination and remarkable life experiences.
Molly has been writing for much of her life, starting at the tender age of eleven when she won her first national award in a school-sponsored essay contest. Her love of the written word has never wavered, and she has continued to win prizes and accolades for the many short stories she has in print.
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Spell of Appalachia is a romance novel, telling the story of novelist Onida Burke, who stunned by personal tragedy and exhausted from overwork, flees to her secluded cabin in the Appalachian Mountains. Under the affectionate, but watchful eye of her nurse, Delma Clack, Onida struggles to regain the hope and confidence she once knew. When a ghostly lover appears and takes her to new heights of ecstasy, she is unsure if he is real or a phantom embodied from the drifting mists. In contrast, entrepreneur Liam Cannan works feverishly to salvage what he can after a raging fire destroyed his factory. Throughout his ordeal, his thoughts keep returning to lifelike dreams in which he and a mysterious woman make passionate love until he awakens shaken and exhausted. He embarks on a quest to find this woman, no matter who or what may stand in his way. Will his search be in vain? Will Onida find happiness in her beloved mountains? The answer lies somewhere in the all-encompassing mountain mists.cially published novels by Molly Wens.