I’ll start with a confession: I can’t remember the first romance novel I read or when I read it. But I do know that I had a stash of Harlequins when I was in middle school and that I hid said books between the covers of my Menudo magazines (if you’re not familiar with the Puerto Rican boy band Menudo, picture young Ricky Martin in spandex—lots of spandex).
I continued to be an avid romance reader in college and law school, where my voracious romance reading likely affected what I absorbed from my classes. I mean, for years I thought the phrase “talk softly and carry a big stick” was dating advice. Ahem.
Before embarking on a writing career, I practiced media law in the nation’s capital. Still, a romance novel was always within arm’s reach. Now that I no longer brave the treacherous commute to DC, I have ample time to hone my craft and plot stories about imperfect characters finding their perfect match. Okay, I’m going to be real: I wear sweatpants most days and spend far too much time on social media.
USA Today bestselling author Mia Sosa writes funny, flirty, and moderately steamy contemporary romances that celebrate our multicultural world. Her books have received praise and recognition from Kirkus Reviews, Library Journal, Publishers Weekly, O, The Oprah Magazine, The Washington Post, Buzzfeed, Entertainment Weekly, and more.
Book Riot included her debut, Unbuttoning the CEO, in its list of 100 Must-Read Romantic Comedies, and Booklist recently called her “the new go-to author for fans of sassy and sexy contemporary romances.”
Before embarking on a writing career, Mia practiced First Amendment and media law in the nation’s capital. Now she spends her days plotting stories and procrastinating on social media.
Mia lives in Maryland with her husband, their two book-obsessed daughters, and one dog that rules them all. For more information about Mia and her books, visit www.miasosa.com.
USA Today bestselling author Mia Sosa writes funny, flirty, and moderately dirty contemporary romances that celebrate our multicultural world. A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and Yale Law School, Mia practiced First Amendment and media law in the nation’s capital before trading her suits for sweatpants. Born and raised in East Harlem, New York, Mia is finally ready to call Maryland her home; she lives there with her college sweetheart, their two book-obsessed daughters, and one dog that rules them all.
Mia is represented by Sarah E. Younger of the Nancy Yost Literary Agency. All inquiries regarding the availability of rights can be directed to the agency’s rights manager via Rights @ nyliterary [dot] com.