Carmen Ferreiro-Esteban was born in Galicia (northern Spain) and went to college in Madrid, where she finished her Ph.D. in Biology. For the next ten years, she worked as a researcher both in Madrid and at the University of Davis in California.
Her writing career started when she came to live in Pennsylvania in the 1990s. Following her first sale, a magazine article on latex allergy, she published four books for Chelsea House (Facts on File): Heroin, Ritalin, Mad Cow Disease, and Lung Cancer.
Her Young Adult novel Two Moon Princess, (the story of a discontented medieval princess, eager to live life on her own terms, who lands in modern day California) was published in 2007 by Tanglewood Press. It was recognized with the bronze award by the ForeWord Magazine in the Juvenile fiction category.
Ginger Knowlton from Curtis Brown Ltd represents her YA novels.
Immortal Love, a paranormal romance, (Crimson Romance, September 2012) follows the author’s adventures in search of a literary agent in a contemporary alternate world where the late Spanish poets Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer and Federico García Lorca are immortals. The Spanish version, Bécquer eterno, was included in the Exhibit, Bécquer tan Cerca... A través del Arte (Sevilla, May-June 2012).
Currently, she lives in Pennsylvania as a freelance writer, editor and translator.
Meet Bécquer. He’s handsome, well-read, and can get you that book contract you always dreamed about. Never mind that he’s also an immortal and lives on human blood. Why would that matter? Your relationship is strictly business.
Or so you thought.
Until Bécquer's life is threatened, and you discover that walking away is not an option, because he was hurt while protecting your son, because you are the only one who can save him now, because you care for him.
Welcome to Bécquer's world.
Please, come inside. He’s waiting for you.
Sensuality Level: Behind Closed Doors