Scarlett Peckham fell in love with romance novels as a child, sneaking paperbacks from the stash in her grandmother's closet. By the time she came of age she had exhausted her library's supply and begun to dream of writing one of her own.
Scarlett studied English at Columbia University and built a career in communications, but in her free hours always returned to her earliest obsession: those delicious, big-hearted books you devour in the dark and can never bear to put down. Her debut novel, The Duke I Tempted, was the 2018 Golden Heart® winner for Historical Romance and was called “astonishingly good” by The New York Times Book Review.
Scarlett recently moved to Los Angeles after spending most of her life in Gulfcoast Florida, North Brooklyn, and Southeast London. When not reading or writing romance she enjoys drinking immoderate quantities of white wine, watching The Real Housewives, and dressing her cat in bowtie.
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