Over a decade ago, with a newborn and a three-year-old at the time, Amy had organized herself right into complete boredom. A neighbor rescued her sanity by giving her a romance novel and she was instantly hooked. "I'd never felt so much from reading a book before," Amy says, and after reading dozens, she wanted to write one.
Reality hit when it took her three years to finish her first attempt. Amy swears that novel will never see the light of day, and remains in the "home for unsold books." But her second attempt, an historical time travel, sold, and she's been writing ever since.
Her favorite part of writing? "All of it," she says. "Being home for the kids when they were little, working on my own, and frankly, creating stories out of thin air still blows me away after all these years. There is a challenge in each story, to make the reader feel more, see more, and really love the characters."
The daughter of a marine colonel, married 22 years to a career marine, she's traveled extensively and uses her experiences in her novels. She combines her love for adventure, intrigue, and romance to create vibrant characters that come to life on the page. Amy believes "there are real heroes and heroines out there waiting for their story to be told."
A completely self-taught writer, Amy lives for those rare private moments when she can curl up in a chair, sip chocolate cappuccino, and get lost in the works of her favorite authors. It's heaven and always with a happy ending.
Out of Uniformby Amy J. Fetzer
Injured marine Rick Wyatt didn't need a nursemaid, especially not his estranged wife, Kate. Having her so close, tending his wounds, only brought back long-buried memories of everything they'd done together between the sheetsand everywhere else in the house. She had come home to help Rick get back in uniform, so why was he thinking about how fun/i>/i>
Injured marine Rick Wyatt didn't need a nursemaid, especially not his estranged wife, Kate. Having her so close, tending his wounds, only brought back long-buried memories of everything they'd done together between the sheetsand everywhere else in the house. She had come home to help Rick get back in uniform, so why was he thinking about how fun it was to stay out of it?
Kate had never stopped loving Rick, but she couldn't stay with a man whose walls were harder to scale than Kilimanjaro. He needed her only until he recoveredfalling for him again was not an option. For once this wounded soldier was back in action, he wouldn't want her around...or would he?
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