I always wanted to be a writer, and as a mystery lover from the time I learned to read, those were the types of stories I was always coming up with. It took a fateful detour at the local used bookstore to turn me on to romance. One day while perusing the shelves, I turned a corner and wandered into the romance section without realizing it. The mystery and romance sections were next to each other, with the Harlequin Intrigues fittingly shelved on the border between the two. With dramatic covers and great suspenseful-sounding titles, they looked like something I'd enjoy, so I bought a handful of them. It wasn't long before I knew these weren't just what I wanted to read, they were what I wanted to write: stories with the spine-tingling danger of great suspense and the heart of a good romance.
Getting the chance to write for Intrigue is as much a thrill for me as any found between the covers of one, and I hope to give readers all the action, emotion and twists and turns that made me fall in love with these books all those years ago.