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Mary Crawford
Because love matters, differences don't.
Because love matters, differences don't.

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Love Claimed will be released on June 17, 2016. It is my eighth full length contemporary romance novel and the sixth novel in my Hidden Beauty Series which celebrates the beauty in the differences between us all. Although my books are in a series, they can easily be read individually as they are complete stories. My books are available for free for Kindle Unlimited members and Amazon Prime members through the Kindle Owners Lending Library.

As is my practice, I have chosen a charity that is related to the storyline of this novel to which I will donate 15% of my profits. In this case, the charity is . By highlighting this organization, I hope to bring awareness to the issue of children dying unnecessarily in unattended cars.

I hope you will check it out. Donda’s story is powerful and relatable on so many levels.

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Do you want to read contemporary romances with a unique twist?  Check out my three novels.  These are available in Kindle or paperback versions.
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Romance Author Announces New Novel Release

APRIL 28, 2015 - Author Mary Crawford has released the second book in her series of contemporary romance novels. The second book in the A Hidden Beauty Novel series, So the Heart Can Dance, was released on Friday, April 24, 2015. 

The first book in the series, Until the Stars Fall from the Sky, was recently republished and placed on sale via Kindle Daily Countdown. In the first book, two characters unexpectedly meet when Kiera saves a boy from drowning in front of lifeguard Jeff. Kiera and Jeff fall in love, but hidden parts of their lives surface to test their relationship. In her latest book, So the Heart Can Dance, Crawford tells the tale of a young woman whose life is marked by a tragic date rape incident. She meets a long lost love, and he reminds her that she was once a talented, joyous dancer and that she can release herself from her past so that her heart can be free. 

Her flame, Aidan O’Brien, is a struggling musician who is chasing his big break on a nationally televised TV show. Although he is deaf, O’Brien doesn’t want to be singled out for having cochlear implants. Instead, he wants to be treated like other musicians, and he has to decide that’s most important - fighting for what’s right or staying in the limelight. 

The release of So the Heart Can Dance coordinates with Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM), which occurs in April in the United States. During this month, various organizations and individuals work to encourage conversations about sexual violence prevention and education. As the book launched in April 2015, Crawford will be donating a portion of her proceeds to RAINN. 

RAINN, or Rape, Abuse, Incest National Network, is America’s largest anti-sexual assault organization and dedicates itself to improve services and treatment of sexual crime victims while enhancing education and prevention strategies. Crawford will donate 15% of the proceeds from So the Heart Can Dance to RAINN in April 2015, and one of the organization’s sponsors will match Crawford’s donations to create a total 30% donation to RAINN. 

Crawford, whose tag line is “Love matters, differences don’t”, looks forward to the release of So the Heart Can Dance and the opportunity to donate to RAINN for the prevention and elimination of sexual crimes. The A Hidden Beauty Novel series offers a fateful twist of romance when female leads who have suffered dark times realize their strength and are able to persevere to find love and enjoy life. So the Heart Can Dance gives an emotional plea for the main character to live beyond her past so that she can be enjoy happiness, fulfillment, and true love. More information is available at

About Mary Crawford

Mary Crawford is a happily married mother of two who has several novels in the works. She has served as a Civil Rights Attorney, diversity advocate, and volunteer for various causes. 


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