by Kat Martin HEARTLESS is the first book in my Rogue’s Trilogy. The book was published by St. Martin’s Press, who has done a fantastic job of re-issuing the novel with a spectacular new cover. Originally, the three books were titled HEARTLESS, RECKLESS, AND SHAMELESS (titles I loved!) But I changed publishers after the first… Read More
New York Times bestselling author Kat Martin is a graduate of the University of California at Santa Barbara where she majored in Anthropology and also studied History. She is married to L.J. Martin, author of western, non-fiction, and suspense novels.
Kat has written more than sixty-five novels. Sixteen million copies of her books are in print and she has been published in twenty foreign countries, including Japan, France, Germany, Argentina, Greece, China, Russia, and Spain.
Born in Bakersfield, California, Kat currently resides in Missoula, Montana, on a small ranch in the beautiful Sapphire mountains.
Her last 12 books have hit the prestigious New York Times bestseller list. INTO THE FURY and INTO THE WHIRLWIND her most recent releases, both took top ten spots.
Visit Kat’s website at www.katmartin.com
Or look for her on Facebook at Katmartin/author.
FANNING THE FLAME is the third book in my Rogue’s Trilogy, after HEARTLESS and THE FIRE INSIDE. The books were originally titled Heartless, Reckless, and Shameless, but after HEARTLESS was released, the titles were changed. Tricky to figure out even today. The books, unavailable for over a decade, are now out in all digital formats…. Read More
by Kat Martin THE FIRE INSIDE is the second book in my Vixens of London trilogy, a fact most readers don’t know. The book, part of a series, was published by a different company who insisted on changing the name. Originally, the three books were titled HEARTLESS, RECKLESS, and SHAMELESS. After HEARTLESS was released, the… Read More
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Infusing Romance in Your Valentine’s Day Reading
by Selena Laurence On Valentine’s Day it’s traditional for romance writers and bloggers to write about “why we should read romance.” And there are some fantastic reasons, and they’ve been discussed ad nauseam which is why I won’t do that to you here. The simple fact is that I can’t convince you to read romance… Read More