How BOSS, Inc.was born?

on December 29, 2016

My next book, INTO THE FIRESTORM, book #3 in my BOSS, INC. trilogy, is one of my all-time favorites.  In the novel, Luke Brodie is a bounty hunter, a guy who refuses to follow anyone’s rules but his own.  With his blue eyes and tall, lean-muscled body, Luke is one of the sexiest men alive… Read More

Kat Martin

Kat Martin

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.

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Kat Martin is giving away a KINDLE FIRE 7" Display, Wi-Fi, 8 GB and 3 of her books in Kindle format: AGAINST THE WIND, AGAINST THE FIRE, AGAINST THE LAW. Contest runs through February 28, 2017.

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GLITZ AND GLAMOUR

on February 4, 2016

Behind the Scenes of a Lingerie Fashion Show. One of the fun things about writing is the places your research takes you.  In INTO THE FURY, Ethan Brodie, a bodyguard at Brodie Operations Security Services– BOSS,Inc, the guys call it–is hired to protect the models in the La Belle lingerie fashion when they receive threatening… Read More

WHAT’S IN A NAME?

on January 13, 2016

by Kat Martin In the course of writing more than sixty books, I’ve learned that a character’s name is extremely important.  I spend hours pouring over lists of names:  American, English, Italian, French, Japanese, Russian, Chinese, etc. Months before I start a novel, I begin to work on choosing the right names for my hero… Read More