In late 2010, I was challenged by the question: “What is it that you’ve always wanted to do, but never allowed yourself to do because of fear?”

The resounding answer for me was: “I’ve always wanted to write an historical romance novel!”

Pouncing on that flash of inspiration, I set out to try my hand at writing my very first historical, erotic romance. Admittedly, I had to ignore the little people in my head who cried out rather loudly, “What will people think? What will people say? What if you fail and fall flat on your face?”

Three months later, Desperate Desires was born. However, I’ll be the first to admit that the only reason I was able to complete it, was because the storyline had been in the back of my head for close to 20 years.

At base, I am an avid reader, I have always enjoyed suspense, thrillers, some paranormal and horror, and of course, my very favorite: romance. My list of cherished authors includes Susan Johnson, Elizabeth Boyle, Robyn Williams, John Connolly, Lee Child, Scott Turrow, John Grisham, Dan Mahoney, Steven Bochco and Phillip Margolin. But these are just a few.

I’m not much of a television watcher, so on any day of the week, you’ll find me reading a book.

Best Wishes,

Terri Wolffe

P.S. If you purchased a copy of Desperate Desires, please accept my tremendous gratitude. In these times, when many of us are mindful of our budgets, I consider it a blessing whenever anyone gives of themselves. It is my sincere hope that you find Desperate Desires worth your money spent.