Robyn Amos has been a book-a-day romance novel addict ever since she was a teenager. After graduating from college with a degree in Psychology, she decided to throw caution to the wind and become a starving artist. The first book she wrote was published by the industry's first
multicultural romance line, Arabesque, in 1997. Robyn has also written for Silhouette Books and HarperCollin's Harper Torch line.
Over the years , she's held down a variety of day jobs from doing food demonstrations at Costco to editing a newsletter for an association of golf and country clubs. After marrying her real-life romantic hero, a genuine rocket scientist, she was finally able to live her dream of writing full-time.
Now between writing for Harlequin's Kimani Press line, she loves to sing karaoke off-key, play Texas-Hold ‘Em and has a secret addiction to video games. A native to the Washington, DC metropolitan area, Robyn currently resides in Odenton, Maryland.
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