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Cathy Maxwell’s enthusiasm for life graces the pages of her books and are the topic of the talks she gives to readers and writers groups about her chosen career.
She is no stranger to the limelight.  After graduating from college, Cathy started off as a news broadcaster.  She later decided reporting was boring compared to making news and joined the navy.   After a successful stint in Naval intelligence, including a tour with the Pentagon, Cathy proceeded to pursue writing.  Now, she has 30 published romance novels (and five anthologies) to her credit, many of them spending significant time on the New York Times and USA Today mass market best-seller lists. It’s clear that Cathy has succeeded in achieving her goals to a rare degree!

This native of Olathe, Kansas is now learning how to be a Texan. When not writing, she is likely to be busy with one of many local charities or packing her bags to research her next novel. Cathy’s motto is “travel light” and she enjoys meeting her fans all over the world.
Genres: Historical Romance, Romance
 
Cathy Maxwell recommends
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Bride for a Night (2000)
Patti Berg
"Charming, sexy and fun!"
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Claiming the Highlander (2002)
(MacAllisters, book 2)
Kinley MacGregor
"I love Kinley MacGregor's books!"
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His Scandal (2002)
(His Trilogy, book 2)
Gayle Callen
"Gayle Callen is wonderful!"
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To Marry the Duke (2003)
(American Heiress, book 1)
Julianne MacLean
"Brimming with incredible passion!"
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Waking the Princess (2003)
(Victorian Scotland Trilogy, book 2)
Susan King
"A wonderful, involving read... Susan King is one of the best!"
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To Make a Marriage (2004)
Cheryl Anne Porter
"Humor, intrigue... and an extra sparkle of wit."
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A Forbidden Love (2005)
Alexandra Benedict
"A Forbidden Love is a delicious escape."
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My Sister Is a Werewolf (2007)
(Young Brothers, book 4)
Kathy Love
"[Kathy Love]... knows how to tap into the secret yearnings of the heart."
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The Goddess Of Fried Okra (2010)
Jean Brashear
"THE GODDESS OF FRIED OKRA is a fabulous read. Riveting. Original. Those characters grabbed my imagination and didn't let go."
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Dukes to the Left of Me, Princes to the Right (2010)
(Impossible Bachelors, book 2)
Kieran Kramer
"Kieran Kramer will capture both your imagination and your heart."
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Waking Up With the Duke (2011)
(London's Greatest Lovers, book 3)
Lorraine Heath
"Lorraine Heath's books are always magic!"
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One Naughty Night (2012)
(Scandalous St. Claires , book 1)
Laurel McKee
"Laurel McKee captures the excitement and magic of romance."
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A Good Debutante's Guide to Ruin (2014)
(Debutante Files, book 1)
Sophie Jordan
"MAGICAL...THIS IS WHY I READ ROMANCE."
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The Man Plan (2014)
(Graysons, book 2)
Tracy Anne Warren
"Tracey Anne Warren is Brilliant."
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An Oath Broken (2015)
(Oath Trilogy, book 2)
Diana Cosby
"Diana Cosby is superbly talented."
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Rules for a Lady (2017)
(Lady's Lessons , book 1)
Jade Lee
"Kathy Greyle always writes keepers!."
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It Takes a Hero (2017)
(Trevors, book 2)
Ella Quinn
"Ella Quinn weaves magic."

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