Needless to say, that novel, The Adventures of Ginger the Cat, failed to hit the bestseller's lists. Neither did her second effort, The Tame, Tame East, an all-female version of the Robert Conrad TV series. That didn't matter; a writer had been born. In high school, while other kids played Pac-Man and checked out the Eagles' latest, she was in her room pounding out stories on her manual typewriter.
Looking back, romance played a central role in her stories from the beginning. No matter what genre she wrote (and she tried to write all of them), she always inserted a happy ending. Even The Adventures of Ginger featured a wedding. Today she focuses her efforts on crafting stories that capture the rush of finding true love. Her first Harlequin Romance story will debut in 2010.
A lifelong Yankee, she currently lives in Massachusetts with her own true love and their teenage son. The family also has two cats, neither of whom will have a book written about them, no matter how much they complain.
Books by Barbara Wallace
One Night in Provence/Cinderella's Secret Royal Fling/Falling for the Pregnant Heiress/Whisked Away by Her Millionaire Boss
The Vineyards Of Calanetti Volume 2/His Lost-And-Found Bride/The Best Man & The Wedding Planner/His Princess Of Convenience/Saved By The Ceo