Kay David

Born and reared in Texas, Kay David has lived all over the world from the Middle East to South America. Drawing frequently on these exotic locations for her books, Kay sees the setting of a story as another “character” in the complex romances she writes for Harlequin Superromance®. “I like my readers to feel as […]

Ann Evans

A life-long procrastinator, Ann Evans spent twenty years polishing up the same story. With a loving push from friends and family, she finally walked into a local Romance Writers of America meeting to find out how to submit her work to a publisher. “I almost couldn’t do it. I’m irrationally intimidated by women in hats, and one […]

Roz Denny Fox

a.k.a. Roz Denny for Harlequin Romance and Roz Denny Fox for Harlequin Superromance A secretary by trade, Roz began her writing career in 1986 by free-lancing a series of self-help articles. She sold a short story in 1987 and after much prodding from her then high school age daughter, began to try her hand at […]

Jan Freed

Why would a former bank vice president and advertising agency executive become a romance novelist? “Selling women a sense of their own self worth beats hyping checking accounts or washing machines any day,” Jan says of her newest—and third—career. “Plus, I’m a sucker for happy endings.” Jan is proud to write in a genre that […]

Susan Gable

Susan Gable was born with a book in her hand. Okay, maybe not quite, luckily for her mom. But she grabbed one soon afterwards, and hasn’t been able to put them down ever since. Her high school classmates even voted her Class Bookworm. With a love of reading and school, it seemed only natural that […]

Darlene Graham

Darlene Graham says that having witnessed birth, death and “everything in between” helps her put a lot of emotion into her novels. Darlene practiced as a registered nurse in Labor and Delivery and then in Oncology for twenty years before she decided to translate all that real-life drama into romantic fiction. “Even though I write […]

Rogenna Brewer

When an aptitude test labeled her suited for librarian or clergy, Rogenna joined the Navy. It was off to bootcamp, followed by her first duty station, NAS Midway Island. She started in the CO’s office and gravitated toward the Chaplain’s where duties included operating the base library. “You can see where I’m going with this. […]

Jean Brashear

Jean Brashear knows a lot about taking crazy chances. A lifelong avid reader, at the age of forty-five with no experience and no training, she decided to see if she could write a book. It was a wild leap that turned her whole life upside down, but she would tell you that though she’s never […]

Judith Arnold

Since her first romance novel’s publication in 1983, Judith Arnold has sold more than sixty-five novels, with more than seven million copies in print worldwide. She has received several awards from Romantic Times magazine, including awards for the Best Harlequin American Romance of the Year, the Best Superromance of the Year, the Best Series Romantic […]

Anna Adams

Anna Adams grew up battling for place with four brothers and five male cousins. Her grandma, concerned when Anna built a treehouse that resembled a condo for a family of four, gave her the gift of Harlequin romance and told her young women (Anna was twelve and—please—no longer a “girl”) could combine other, even more […]