Author: Denise Tompkins

From stable hand to a name on the door of a corporate America office, Denise Tompkins has been many things. (Never a waitress, though. Thank you cards for her sparing the unsuspecting public from this catastrophe can be sent in care of her agent.) Writing has always been her passion, though, and writing romance? An absolute dream come true. Her theory is that a kiss should be meaningful regardless of length, a hero can say as much with a well-written look as he can with a long-winded paragraph and heroines are meant to hold their own. She’s no Cinderella and Shakespeare wrote the only Romeo and Juliet, so Denise sticks to women who can save themselves and tortured heroes who are loathe to let them.

Denise and her husband live in the south, where all foods are considered fry-able and bugs die only to be reborn in bloodsucking triplicate. Visit her online at anytime.