New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Tessa Bailey lives in Brooklyn, New York with her husband and young daughter. When she isn't writing or reading romance, Tessa enjoys a good argument and thirty-minute recipes.
Bailey puts a fun, super-sexy spin on the classic 'hot for teacher' trope [...] The love scenes in Need Me are practically incendiary, and the author's sharp sense of humor provides a refreshing change from the usual heavy dose of dark angst that characterizes many other NA romances. - Booklist The tenderness, vulnerability and heat I am always guaranteed with a Tessa Bailey book are the reasons she is one of my all-time favorite authors. - Sally Thorne One of the genre's very best. - Kate Clayborn Tessa Bailey's writing stands out in all the right sexy ways. - Buzzfeed Bailey writes banter and rom-com scenarios with aplomb, but for those who like their romance on the spicier side, she's also the Michelangelo of dirty talk. She wields filth like Da Vinci does a paintbrush, and there's a lot to be said for an author who can fill such exchanges with all the requisite heat, enthusiastic consent, and yes, even humor, of such a scenario without veering into corny territory. - Entertainment Weekly Tessa Bailey has fast become one of my favorite authors! - Monica Murphy, New York Times bestselling author I loved every character, and I'm dying to see what Tessa Bailey comes up with next! - Cora Carmack, New York Times bestselling author a laugh-out-loud raunchy romantic comedy. - Heroes & Heartbreakers Louis and Roxy are a terrific match from the start. But Bailey is a master at portraying a heroine with a complex core, and Roxy's proud character carries the novel- making readers wish she was their roommate, empty bank account be damned. - Washington Post (April's Best Romance Column) I can't remember the last time I read a romance as funny as this one. Roxy is one of the most hardworking heroine's in contemporary romance and she's so incredibly dedicated to making ends meet. The book, for me, truly embodies what modern romance is all about. - BookRiot (Best Books of March 2015)