Donna Hatch, author of the best-selling “Rogue Hearts Series," as well as over a dozen other published titles, is a hopeless romantic and adventurer at heart, the force that drove her to write and publish seventeen historical titles, to date. She is a multi-award winner, a sought-after workshop presenter, and juggles multiple volunteer positions as well as her six children. Also music lover, she sings and plays the harp, and she loves to ballroom dance. She and her family recently transplanted from her native Arizona to the Pacific Northwest where she and her husband of over twenty years are living proof that there really is a happily ever after.
Q & A With the Author:
Do you write to a music, and do you want to share your playlist?
I usually turn on Pandora when I write. There is a Regency Era music station that I like. I also listen to instrumental/new age—nothing with lyrics or a drum beat. If I’m somewhere without internet, I listen to a harp or piano CD.
"All writers must have cats, especially if they write fantasy or speculative fiction." Do you have a stand on this one? Any cute pictures of your kitty or other pet?
I am definitely a cat person but I do not currently have one. My last cat died and I haven’t gotten another cat. I might get a pair of kittens in the future if I can sweet talk my non-animal lover husband into it, but we’re cat-free—for now ;-)
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Heartbroken at the news that her betrothed has wed another woman, Emily is determined to pick up the pieces of her life and enjoy Christmas with her family. ? Newly returned from war, Bennett holds a secret and will do anything to ensure Emily, his only true love, never discovers it...even if it means losing her. Fate reunites the star-crossed lovers and reveals the truth that will either unite them or drive them apart forever.
Emily stared at the letter in her trembling hands. She should have burned it. She should have burned all his letters. Instead, they all remained carefully stored in a box in her nightstand to taunt her that she’d found the man of her dreams, and he’d dismissed her like so much unwanted baggage.
As she gazed on him, blinking her leaf-green eyes in disbelief, he had to clench his fists lest he march to her and sweep her into his arms. He stood trembling with restraint, and drank in the sight of the only girl he’d ever loved.
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