Farrah Rochon lives in a small town west of New Orleans, and is lucky enough to work just outside of the Crescent City’s famous French Quarters. She spends her mornings writing in a local coffee shop and her afternoons working in the corporate offices of a local film production company. She serves as co-program director for the Southern Louisiana Chapter of Romance Writers of America (RWA) and is also a member of RWA’s Mystery and Suspense chapter, aptly named the Kiss of Death. Her previous works with Dorchester include Release Me, Rescue Me, Deliver Me, and Holiday Brides.
Stefanie Worth earned a degree in journalism and worked in broadcast and corporate communications. Her other works with Dorchester include Where Souls Collide, Holiday Brides, and The Wicked and the Wonderful.
Jewel Amethyst's first title with Dorchester was A Marriage of Convenience, published in June 2009.