Judythe Morgan


Award-winning writer Judythe Morgan is also an antiques dealer, former public school teacher and one time Department of Army Civilian (DAC).

Storytelling is, and always will be, her passion.

She writes romance because she loves happy endings. All her stories center around the theme: Some love lasts a lifetime. True love lasts forever.

From her experience as a DAC at Eighth Army Headquarters, South Korea, she has created a complex and emotional secret baby story around the military romance of Lily and Alex. You’ll find yourself transported back in time to the sixties era even though Love in the Morning Calm and The Pendant’s Promise are not technically historical romances.

She and her husband live in the Rio Grande National Forest of Colorado. The mountains inspire her and the wildlife in the backyard often distracts.

When's she not writing, you'll find her browsing antiques shops, reading a book on the front porch or walking her dogs . . . a very large Old English sheepdog named Toby and an equally tiny Maltese named Buster.

Please visit her website at www.judythemorgan.com or her award-winning blog at www.judythewriter.wordpress.com for information on her upcoming projects. You can also connect on FB and Twitter.

Where to find Judythe Morgan online

Where to buy in print


Love in the Morning Calm, Prequel to The Pendant's Promise
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 35,790. Language: English. Published: June 30, 2013. Category: Fiction » Romance » Contemporary
In 1966, while on temporary assignment to South Korea, Green Beret Major Ace Cabot meets Lily Reed, a Department of Army civilian at Eighth Army Headquarters. Ace is a high-potential career officer, who should resist the temptation of any woman, but he can’t ignore his interest in her. Lily is a firm supporter of the budding women’s lib movement. She enjoys her freedom and new life away from her
The Pendant's Promise
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 79,600. Language: English. Published: May 2, 2012. Category: Fiction » Romance » General
A teenage girl fabricates a marriage and widowhood because her baby's soldier father is MIA in North Vietnam, but when he turns up twenty years later at her daughter’s wedding, the fiction shatters her comfortable world.

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