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.
A native of Chicago’s Southside, Phyllis Bourne began her writing career as a crime reporter for the Ft. Wayne News-Sentinel and the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. After years of chasing cops and criminals, she left reporting to write about life’s sweeter side. Nowadays her stories are filled with heart-stopping heroes and happy endings. Phyllis is a 2001 and 2005 RWA Golden Heart finalist. When she’s not writing, she can usually be found at a make-up counter feeding her lipstick addiction. Phyllis currently resides in middle-Tennessee. This was her second title with Dorchester, following Operation Prince Charming.
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.